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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five hundred copies only of the Fifteenth 
Volume of the ''Visitation of England and 
Wales " have been printed at my Private 
Press. This cop>y is No. 434 

" Grove Park Press," 

270 Walwortk Road, S.E. 



Visitation 



of 



€nglanti anti Wales 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOLUxME 15 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1908 



H23v 
V./5' 

LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Page 
Amherst of Hackney, Baron 68 
Arkwright of Sutton Scars- 
dale, CO. Derby . -76 
AsKwiTH . . . -105 
Bendall . . .41, 49 
Benyon . . . .121 
Brewster .... 8 
Burroughes of Burlingham 

Hall, CO. Norfolk . .192 
Crispe . . . . .180 
Deacon . . . .129 

De Ramsey, Baron . .116 
Dixon-Hartland of Middle- 
ton Manor, co. Sussex, 
Baronet . . . -33 
Fanshawe . . . -I? 
Fellowes . . . .81 
Forwood, Baronet . -91 

Freeman . . . .189 
GoDDARD of Broad Chalke, 

CO. Wats . . . .182 
GoscHEN, Viscount . -156 
GowER of Tunbridge Wells, 

CO. Kent . . . -38 
Hovenden , . . .167 

Marsh 50 

Marshall of Sandford St. 
Martin, co. Oxford . -97 



Page 

Mason, formerly of Melton 
Mowbray, co. Leicester . 132 

Murray of Titchfield Abbey, 
CO. Hants . . . -177 

OSWELL .... I 

Parry, Baronet . . . loi 
Pearson of South Wingfield, 

CO. Derby . . . .164 
Player of Saffron Walden, co. 

Essex, and of Nottingham . 173 

Price 148 

Prideaux .... 140 
Rew . . . . .123 
Rudge of Evesham, co. 

Worcester . . . -145 
Scott . . . . .127 
Sheppard .... 185 
Simpson . . . .89 

Turnbull . . . -194 
Walker of Blyth Hall, co. 

Nottingham . . -52 

Warwick, Earl of . -14 

Wills of St. Leonard's, 

Exeter, co. Devon . . 30 
Woodthorpe . . -57 

Wright of Brattleby, co. 

Lincoln . . . -137 



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LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of the Earl of Warwick . . To face page 1 3 
Book-plate of " Samuel Walker of Masbrough Hall, 

Co. York. Granted 1778" .... » >i 56 
Silhouette of Henry Woodthorpe of Aveley, co. 

Esse.x ....... Between pages 64 to 68 

Silhouette of Sarah, daughter of Alexander Gray, 

and wife of Henry Woodthorpe . . . „ „ 64 to 68 
Silhouette of Lucy, daughter of Henry and Sarah 

Woodthorpe . . . . . . . „ „ 64 /o 68 

Armorial Bearings of Baron Amherst of Hackney To face page 67 

Armorial Bearings of Baron De Ramsey . . „ ,, 115 

Armorial Bearings of Viscount Goschen . . „ i, 155 

Book-plate of "William Carter Pearson" . . „ „ 166 



J^eliigrees. 




iBstuelL 



Rev. Thomas Oswell, eldest= 
son of William Oswell of 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, Mayor 
of that town in 1 769 (for 
a i^old Alemorial Ring in- 
scribed : " W" OSWELL OB. 
22 MAR. 1783 ^T. 50," see 
"ATemorial Rings" No. 651, 
page 202), by Mary his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Stephen 
Prytherch, Vicar of Wenlock 
and Leighton, both co. Salop 
{a goid Memorial Ring 
inscribed: "s. PRYTHERCH 
A.M. GET. 12 AUGUST 1 786 

XT 67," is in the possession 
of the Rev. William Henry 
Osivell) ; born on Sunday, 
19 August 1781 ; of St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1803, M.A. 1806; 
Rector of the first portion 
of Westbury, co. Salop ; 
admitted a Burgess of 
Shrewsbury i December 

18 18; died at Shrewsbury on Saturday, 31 October, bur. at 

St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, on Friday, 6 November 1829. M.I. 

Adiiion was granted (P.C.C. 

Beard) 23 March 1830, to 

Mary Dorothy Oswell, relict. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Or a cross patonce azure between in chief 
two fountains proper. 

Crest. — In front of a spear erect proper 
two greyhounds' heads couped at the neck 
and addorsed the dexter or collared azure 
the sinister azure collared or. 

Motto. — Semper paratus. 



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=Mary Dorothy, eldest dau. 
and coheir of Francis 
I-Loyd of Elle.smere and 
Berghill, both co. Salop, 
J. P., by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Roger Atcherley ; 
marr. at Ellesmere 18 July 
1 805 ; died there, aged 68, 
on Tuesday, 19 April, bur. 
at St. Alkmund's, Shrews- 
bury, on Monday, 25 April 
1853. M.I. Will dated 
I July 1844, with codicil 
dated 29 January 1847, 
proved (P.C.C. 555, 53) 
12 July 1853, by Thomas 
Stephen Oswell and Ed- 
ward Oswell, sons, the 
Exors. A gold Alemorial 
Ring, enamelled in black, 
with the inscription : 

" FRAN^ LLOYD ESQ OB 

19 FEB 1799 X. 51," and 
engraved inside : " M. D. 

OSWELL OB^ 18 APRIL 

1853 ;e 68," is in the 
possession of the Rev. 
William Henry Osiuell, 
her grandson. 



Marianne, born at 
Westbury, co. Salop, 
30 May, bapt. there 
I June 1806 ; died 
unmarried at Elles- 
mere on Tuesday, 
1 7 January, bur. in 
the church at Elles- 
mere on Monday, 
23 ^January 1843. 
Adimon was granted 
(P.C.C.) 25 starch 
1843, to Edward 
Oswell, brother, Mary 
Dorothy Oswell, the 
mother, having re- 
nounced. 



William Francis Oswell of Welsh Frankton,= 
CO. Salop ; born at Westbury 29 No- 
vember, bapt. there 30 November 1807 ; 
of the Hon''''' East India Co.'s Service, 
Madras Presidency ; admitted a Burgess 
of Shrewsbury 8 April 1865; died at 
Welsh Frankton on Good Friday, 8 April, 
bur. there on Wednesday, 13 April 1887. 
M.I. Will dated 17 April 1884, proved 
at Shrewsbury 4 May 1887, by Jemima 
Elizabeth Oswell of Welsh Frankton, relict, 
and Thomas St. John Oswell of Wootton 
Bassett, co. W'ilts, son, the Exors. 




=Jemima Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Kershaw of Douglas, 
Isle of Man, by Jemima 
his wife, dau. of Ambrose 
St. John (grandson of John, 
loth Lord St. John); born 
on Saturday, 22 October 
1825 ; marr. at St. Helen's, 
Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 
13 September 1849; died at 
Welsh Frankton on Monday, 

1 February, bur. there on 
Friday, 5 February 1897. 
M.I. Will dated 22 March 
1892, proved at Shrewsbury 

2 March 1897, by Thomas 
St. John Oswell, son, the 
sole Exor. 



Mary Jemima, born at Ellesmere on Saturday, 8 June, bapt. there on Friday, 5 July 1850; 
died unmarried at Welsh Frankton on Monday, 20 September, bur. there on Thursday, 
23 September 1897. M.I. \\"\\\ dated 16 September 1897, proved at Shrewsbury 7 October 
1897, by Thomas St. John Oswell, one of the Exors. 



Thomas Stephen Oswell of Scotland 
House, Ellesmere, co. Salop ; born 
at Westbury, co. Salop, 9 December, 
bapt. there 12 December 1809; 
niarr. Mary Anne Harris of Wilcot, 
CO. Salop ; died s.p. at Ellesmere 
on Tuesday, 12 March, bur. at \Velsh 
Frankton, co. Salop, on Monday, 
18 March 1872. M.I. Will dated 
5 November 1870, proved at Shrews- 
bury 24 June 1872, by Mary Anne 
Oswell of Ellesmere, relict, and 
Charles Chandler of Shrewsbury, the 
Exors. 



Emily, born at Westbury 14 October, bapt. there 22 
October 181 1; marr. at Ellesmere on Thursday, 
30 June 1836, William Knight Thompson of Norton, 
CO. Chester (son of William Thompson of Nile Street, 
Liverpool) ; born in January 1808 ; died, aged 40, bur. 
at St. James', Liverpool, 22 June 1847. ^^ "1 dated 27 
April 1841, proved at Chester 18 August 1847, by 
George Hughes Thompson and James William Thomp- 
son, two of the Exors. She died at Cleveland House, 
Great Malvern, co. Worcester, aged 67, on Sunday, 
9 March, and was bur. there on Thursday, 13 March 
1879. Will dated 8 September 1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 499, 79) 29 May 1879, by Edward Christopher 
Thompson of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, co. 
Somerset, son, the sole Exor. =j= 

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Maud, born at Welsh Frankton on Thursday, 4 December 1851, 
bapt. there on Sunday, 16 May 1852; marr. at Whittington, co. 
Salop, on Tuesday, 20 January 1874, Major-General Charles 
George Henry Coote of IJellamont Forest, Cootehill, co. Cavan 
(son of Charles Coote of Bellamont Forest, Cootehill, by the 
Hon''''^ Louisa his wife, dau. of Richard Dawson of Dawson Grove, 
CO. Monaghan, M.P. for co. Monaghan, and sister of Richard 
Thomas, 2nd Baron Cremorne) ; born at Bellamont Forest, 
Cootehill, on Saturday, 30 March 1822 ; of the Madras Army, 
retired as Major-General 13 October 1877 ; died s.p. at the "Old 
Government House" Hotel, Guernsey, aged 73, on Wednesday, 
12 June, bur. in the Foulon Vale Cemetery, Guernsey, on 
Saturday, 15 June 1895. Will dated 15 November 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 831, 95) 8 July 1S95, ^Y Maud Coote, relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



Thomas St. John Oswell, 
born at Welsh Frankton 
on Wednesday, 31 January, 
bapt. there on Sunday, 4 
March 1855; Solictor; 
died unmarried at " Orp- 
wood," Ardington, co. 
Berks, on Wednesday, 
3 July, bur. at Ardington 
on Saturday, 6 July 1907. 
M.L Will dated i De- 
cember 1906, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 2, 1907) I August 
1907, by Ernest Bevir, one 
of the Exors. 



Eleanor Frances, born at Ellesmere on Friday, 20 August, 
bapt. there on Sunday, 19 September 1858 ; marr. at 
Mortimer, co. Berks (by the Rev. Charles Leslie Lovett 
Cameron, the Vicar), on Wednesday, 12 January 1881, 
James Colebrooke Carter of " Orpwood," Ardington (eldest 
son of Sir James Carter of Portsmouth, co. Hants, by 
Mary Anna his wife, dau. of E. W. Miller of New Bruns- 
wick) ; born at Fredericton, New Brunswick ; of the 43rd 
Light Infantry, formerly Colonel Commandant Royal 
Berkshire Volunteers, V.D. ; J. P. for co. Berks. 

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William St. John Oswell of Welsh 
Frankton, F.R.G.S. ; born at 
Welsh Frankton on Tuesday, 10 
September, bapt. there on 
Sunday, 6 October 1861 ; Com- 
missioner of the Sierra Leone 
Protectorate, held a Commission 
in the 2nd Battalion Sharp- 
shooters, and served in the South 
African War (medal with five 
clasps). 



Catherine, youngest= 
dau. of Charles 
Murray of New 
Grove, Petworth, 
and of Tillington, 
both CO. Sussex, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Riviere 
Knight of the City 
of London ; born 
on Thursday, 2 1 
April 1 8 14; marr. 
at Petworth (by 
the Rev. George 
William Murray, 
Vicar of Kinlet, co. 
Salop) on Thurs- 
day, 31 December 
1840 ; died at 
Sutton Rectory, 
near Petworth, aged 
44, on Friday, 20 
August, bur. at 
Sutton on Wednes- 
day, 25 August 
1858. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Rev. Henry LLoyd Oswell,=Sarah Emily, dau. of John= 
born at Westbur)', co. Salop, Cotton, a Director of the 



Hon'''"' East India Com- 
pany, by Sophia C. his ist 
wife, dau. of Colonel Sted- 
man ; bom in India 11 
September 1809; marr. at 
the parish church, St. 
Pancras', London (by the 
Rev. William Henry Bur- 
rows, Incumbent of Christ 
Church, St. Pancras'), on 
Tuesday, 3 June 1862 ; 
died s.p. at St. George's 
Vicarage, Shrewsbury, on 
Saturday, i May, bur. in 
the cemetery at Shrewsbury 
on Wednesday, 5 May 
1S69. M.I. 2nd wife. 



on Friday, 26 March, bapt. 
there on Wednesday, 31 
March 1813; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 10 November 1831, 
B.A. 1835, M.A. 1838; 
Perpetual Curate of Stoul- 
ton, CO. Worcester, 1843-5 1, 
Vicar of Leighton, co. Salop, 
1851-59, Perpetual Curate 
of Bobbington, co. Salop, 
1859-62, Vicar of St. 
George's, Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, 1866-72, Rector of 
Llandinabo, co. Hereford, 
1872 to 1888; admitted a 
Burgess of Shrewsbury 23 
December 1835 ; died at 
3 Bromfield Gardens, Rich- 
mond Hill, CO. Surrey, aged 80, on Sunday, 4 June, bur. in the cemetery at 
Shrewsbury on Thursday, 8 June 1893. M.I. Will dated 12 January 1892, 
with codicil dated 30 January 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 582, 93) 26 June 1893, 
by the Rev. William Henry Oswell and Francis LLoyd Oswell, the Exors. 



=Maria Elizabeth, dau. 
of the Rev. Edward 
Pollard, Rector of 
Evedon and Vicar 
of Ewerby, both co. 
Lincoln ; bom at 
Sleaford, co. Lmcoln, 
on Wednesday, 22 
June, bapt. there 
23 June 1 831; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. Henry 
James Carter, Vicar 
of Duxford, CO. Cam- 
bridge), on Wed- 
nesday, 25 October 
1876. 3rd wife. 



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Mary Elizabeth, born at Cleobury Mortimer, co. Salop, on 
Friday, 22 October, bapt. there on Sunday, 21 November 
1 841; marr. at St. George's, Shrewsbury (by the Rev. 
Abraham Borradaile, Incumbent of St. Mary's, Westminster, 
assisted by the Rev. William Oswell Thompson), on 
\V'ednesday, 21 October 1868, to Frederic Josselyn of 74 
Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington, London (3rd son of 
George Josselyn of Sproughton, co. Suffolk, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Scarlet Browne Bell, Captain Hon''''^ East 
India Co.'s Service, see Pedigree of Bell, Vol. 4, page 88) ; 
bom 19 August 1842, bapt. at St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 
the same day; educated at Queen Elizabeth's School, Ipswich, 
and at Rugby; Lieut.-Colonel and Hon. Colonel (V.D.) ist 
Middlesex Engineer Volunteers. She died at 74 Redcliffe 
Gardens, South Kensington, on Sunday, 26 October, and 
was bur. at Sproughton 30 October 1884. M.I. He marr. 
2ndly at All Souls', Langham Place, London, on Thursday, 
14 November 1889, Frances Harriett, 3rd dau. of Alexander 
Henry Bartlet, formerly of Ipswich, M.D. Frederic Jossel)Ti 
died at 74 Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington, aged 57, on 
Sunday, 7 January, and was bur. at Sproughton on Thursday, 
II January 1900. Will dated 14 November 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 238, 1900) 20 February 1900, by John Henry 
Josselyn and George Francis Josselyn, brothers, the Exors. 

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(See Pedigree of Josselyn, Vol. 2, page 43.) 



Catherine Anne, born at Tillington 
on Wednesday, 1 7 May, bapt. there 
on Sunday, 18 June 1843; marr. 
at St. Matthias', Richmond, co. 
Surrey (by her brother, the Rev. 
William Henry Oswell, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon Charles Tickell 
Procter, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
5 September 1893, as his 2nd wife, 
to Colonel Francis Gordon Hibbert 
of Hare Hill, co. Chester (3rd son 
of William Hibbert of Hare Hill, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and 
coheir of William Greenhalgh of 
Horwich, co. Chester) ; born 24 
November 1832 ; Colonel in the 
Army, formerly Commanding the 
Royal Canadian Rifles. He marr. 
istly at St. James' Cathedral, 
Toronto, Canada, 9 June 1S68, 
Constance, dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 
^\ "alter O'Hara of Raheen, co. 
Galway ; she died, leaving issue, at 
63 Harrington Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on Wednes- 
day, 22 June, and was bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
on Monday, 27 June 1892. 



Edward Oswell of 52 Lincoln's Inn= 
Fields, London, and of The Denven, 
Oswestry, co. Salop ; bom at West- 
bury, CO. Salop, on Tuesday, 23 
August, bapt. there 30 August 
1814; admitted a Burgess of 
Shrewsbury 15 January i865; died 
at The Derwen, Oswestry, aged 67, 
on Sunday, 11 June, bur. at 
Hengoed, co. Salop, 15 June 
1882. M.L Will dated 6 August 
1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 717, 82) 
21 September 1882, by Sarah 
Harriett Oswell of The Derwen, 
Oswestry, relict, and Edward 
Williams of Oswestry, the Exors. 



'Sarah Harriett, 2nd dau. of John Povey 
of The Derwen, Oswestry, by Harriett his 
wife, dau. of John Dickin of Penywerne 
Chirk, CO. Denbigh ; born at The Derwen 
on Friday, 3 December 1819; marr. at 
Selattyn, co. Salop (by the Rev. Robert 
Maddocks, Vicar of Leighton, co. Salop), 
on Tuesday, 9 December 1845 ; died at 
54 Belvedere Road, Upper Norwood, co. 
.Surrey, aged 73, on Tuesday, 23 May, 
bur. at Hengoed 27 May 1893. M.L 
Will dated 19 September 1891, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 588, 94) 9 April 1894, by 
John Rowlands, the sole Exor. 



Eliza Dorothy, born 
at \Vestbury on 
Sunday, 2 1 January, 
bapt. there on Tues- 
day, 30 January 
1816 ; died un- 
married at Elles- 
mere, co. Salop, on 
Sunday, 27 October, 
bur. there on Tues- 
day, 5 November \ 

1833- 



Lucy Anne Law, 2nd dau. of= 
John Henry Westcar Peel of 
Watlington, co. Oxford, by 
Catherine his wife, dau. of James 
Torry Hester of Waste Court, 
Abingdon, co. Berks ; born at 
Watlington 26 June, bapt. there 
27 June 1847; marr. at Wat- 
lington (by the Rev. Henry 
LLoyd Oswell, assisted by the 
Rev. Arthur Thomas Lloyd, 
Curate-in-Charge) on Thursday, 
17 June 1875; died at the 
Vicarage, South Kirkby, co. 
York, on Saturday, 25 May, bur. 
at South Kirkby 27 May 1878. 
M.L ist wife. 



Lucy Katharine Peel, born 
at South Kirkby on Wed- 
nesday, 8 May, bapt. there 
on Saturday, 8 June 1878. 



=Rev. William Henry Oswell, bom at= 
the Parsonage, Stoulton, co. Worces- 
ter, on Saturday, 27 April, bapt. there 
on Whit-Sunday, 26 May 1844; of 
Trinity College, O.xford, matriculated 
24 January 1863, B.A. 1866, M.A. 
1869; Vicar of South Kirkby 1875 
-85, Rector of Saxby-on-Humber, 
CO. Lincoln, 1885-88, Vicar of St. 
Michael's, Handsworth, co. Stafford, 
1888-99, Rector of Stretton-en-le- 
Field, CO. Leicester, 1899-1902, 
Curate of Cholsey, co. Berks, 1902 
-1903, and Vicar of Stratton Audley, 
CO. Oxford, since 1904; admitted 
a Burgess of Shrewsbury 29 May 
1867. 



=Emily Bishop, only sur- 
viving dau. of Thomas 
Richard Fisher of Frewin 
Hall, Oxford, by Elizabeth 
Copland his wife, dau. of 
Charles Tawney ; born at 
Frewin Hall, Oxford, on 
Thursday, 2 January, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Oxford, 
on Sunday, 28 February 
1845 ; marr. at St. Cross, 
Oxford (by the Rev. Henry 
LLoyd Oswell, assisted 
by the Rev. George Noel 
Freeling, Vicar of Holy- 
well, Oxford), on Thursday, 
8 July 1880. 2 lid wife. 



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Hilda Mary, born at Winifred Emily Mary, born at i Holywell Street, 
I Holywell Street, Oxford, on Monday, 27 August, bapt. at St. Cross, 
Oxford, on Monday, Oxford, on Saturday, 8 September 1883; marr. at 
12 December, bapt. St. Margaret's, Oxford (by the Rev. Sir John Leigh 
at St. Cross, Oxford, Hoskyns, Baronet, Rector of Aston-Tyrrold, co. 
on Wednesday, 21 Berks, assisted by the Rev. Edward Wilfrid Pullan, 
December 1881. the Vicar), on Wednesday, 16 October 1907, to Martin 

Theodore Daniel (son of Owen Fisher Daniel of 
Richmond House, Ramsgate, co. Kent, by Margaret 
his wife, 4th dau. of the Rev. Henry LLoyd Oswell) ; bom at Ramsgate 
on Tuesday, 7 October, bapt. there 8 November 1873; entered the Royal 
Navy 15 January 1887, retired as Commander 8 July 1907; Midshipman 
H.M.S. "Turquoise"; served in the Naval Brigade, under the command of 
Admiral the Hon^e Sir Edmund Robert Fremantle, G.C.B., C.M.G., 
Commander-in-Chief East Indies, for the punitive expedition against the Sultan 
of Vitu in East Africa, October 1890 (General Africa medal, Vitu, 1890, clasp). 



Basil Henry Oswell, 
bom at I Holywell 
Street, Oxford, on 
Wednesday, 26 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
St. Cross, Oxford, 
on Wednesday, 1 7 
December 1884 ; 
educated at St. 
Edward's School, 
Oxford, and at 
St. John's College, 
Oxford, matricu - 
lated Michaelmas 
Term, 1903, B.A. 
1907. 



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Povey Oswell, born= 
at The Derwen, 
Oswestry, co. Salop, 
on Thursday, 2 7 
August 1846, bapt. 
at Selattyn, co. 
Salop, on Wednes- 
day, 9 August 1 848 ; 
died on \\'ednesday, 
6 April, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Oswestry 10 April 
i9°5- 



=Frances, dau. of 
Thomas Jones of 
Oswestry ; born at 
Oswestrj' ; marr. at 
Aberystwyth, co. 
Cardigan, 25 July 
1875 ; died, aged 
39, on Saturday, 
2 February, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Oswestry 6 Feb- 
ruary 1893. 



Harriett Dorothy, born at The Derwen, Oswestry, 
on Tuesday, 9 November 1847, bapt. at Selattyn, 
on Wednesday, 9 August 1848; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Oswestry (by the Rev. Thomas Bucknall Lloyd, 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, assisted by the 
Rev. George Cuthbert, Curate-in-Charge), on 
Thursday, 3 February 1870, to the Rev. Albert 
Turner Bellhouse {5th son of William Bellhouse of 
Manchester, by Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Fairclough of Liverpool) ; born at i Lime Grove, 
Oxford Street, Manchester, on Saturday, 20 
November 1841, bapt. at Manchester; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October i860, 
aged 18, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Alne, 
CO. York ; died at the Vicarage, Alne, on Tuesday, 
15 June, bur. at Alne on Saturday, 19 June 1875. 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal Registry 23 July 
1875, to Harriett Dorothy Bellhouse, relict. 



Mary Lucy, born at Oswestry Sarah Dorothy, born at Llan- Emily Gladys, born at Llan- 

on Sunday, 10 March, bapt. at fyllin, co. Montgomery, on fyllin on Saturday, 10 July, 

Holy Trinity, Oswestry, 1 April Sunday, 7 January, bapt. there bapt. there 26 July 1886. 

1878. 20 January 1883. 



Frances Elizabeth, born at 



Elinor Charlotte, born at 



Oswestry on Saturday, 13 No- Harriet W^inifred, born at IJan- Llanfyllin on Monday, 6 Feb- 
vember, bapt. at Holy Trinity, fyllin on Friday, 19 September, ruary, bapt. there on Tuesday, 
Oswestry, 12 December 1880. bapt. there 6 October 1884. 21 February 1888. 



Emily Dorothy, born at the 
Parsonage, Stoulton, co. ^\'orcester, 
on Wednesday, 10 December 1845, 
bapt. at Stoulton on Sunday, iS 
January 1846 ; died unmarried at 
the Parsonage, Harewood End, co. 
Hereford, on Monday, 13 August, 
bur. at Llandinabo, co. Hereford, 
on Friday, 17 August 1877. M.L 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 4 January 1894, to the 
Rev. VVilliam Henry Oswell and 
Francis LLoyd Oswell. 



Margaret, born at Stoulton on Saturday, 
28 August, bapt. there on Sunday, 26 
September 1847 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
The Boltons, South Kensington, London 
(by her uncle, the Rev. George William 
Murray, Vicar of Bromsgrove, co. 
Worcester, assisted by her brother, the 
Rev. William Henry Oswell), on Thurs- 
day, 15 June 187 1, to Owen Fisher 
Daniel of Richmond House, Ramsgate, 
CO. Kent (eldest surviving son of Martin 
Long Daniel of Ramsgate) ; born at 
Ramsgate on Monday, 20 July, bapt. 
at St. George's, Ramsgate, on Tuesday, 
8 September 1840. 

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Eliza, bom at 
Stoulton on 
Friday, 8 De- 
cember 1848, 
bapt. there on 
Sunday, 7 Jan- 
uary 1849. 



Edward Francis Oswell, born= 
at The Derwen, Oswestry, 
CO. Salop, on Saturday, 13 
January, bapt. at Selattyn, 
CO. Saloj), 12 February 1849; 
died on Monday, 30 March, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Malpas, CO. Chester, on 
Thursday, 2 April 1896. 



=Lizzie, dau. of John Banks 
Bellin of Malpas, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Ralph 
Stevenson of Malpas ; 
born at Malpas on Sun- 
day, 1 1 March, bapt. 
there 9 April 1 849 ; marr. 
at Malpas on Wednesday, 
13 February 1884. 



Edward Francis Oswell, born at Malpas 
on Thursday, 2 February, bapt. there on 
Wednesday, 14 March 1888; educated 
at Manchester Grammar School. 



Eliza Augusta, born at The Derwen, 
Oswestry, on Friday, 20 December 
1850, bapt. at Hengoed, co. Salop, 
on Saturday, 3 May 1851 ; marr. at 
the old parish church, Clevedon, co. 
Somerset, on Monday, 2 April 1S83, 
Arthur Williams of Rugby, co. 
Warwick (2nd son of Philip Williams 
of Aberbraiden, co. Brecknock, j.P., 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
Roberts of Abergavenny, co. Mon- 
mouth) ; born at Beaufort, co. 
Monmouth, 3 May 1S37. 



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Fanny Ann, born at The Derwen, Oswestry, on Thomas LLoyd Oswell, 
Tuesday, 16 January 1855, bapt. at Hengoed born at The Derwen, 

3 May 1859; marr. there (by the Rev. Albany Oswestry, on Tuesday, 
Rossendale Lloyd, the Rector, assisted by her i June 1858, bapt. at 
uncle, the Rev. Henry LT^oyd Oswell) on 'I'uesday, Hengoed 3 May 1859. 

4 October 1881, to William Hardy of Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent (eldest son of Jeffery Hardy of 
Plymouth, co. Devon) ; born on Friday, 2 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Mary's, Plympton, co. Devon, 
17 November 1853. =p 

A 



Sarah Helen, 
born at The 
Derwen, Oswes- 
try, on Saturday, 
18 March, bapt. 
at Hengoed 18 
April 1854. 



Arthur Edward LLoyd= 
Oswell of Coton Hill 
Cottage, Berwick Road, 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 
A.R.I. B.A. ; born at 
Stoulton, CO. Worcester, 
on Friday, 17 May, 
bapt. there on Sunday, 
9 June 1850; educated 
at Shrewsbury School ; 
admitted a Burgess 
of Shrewsbury 14 No- 
vember 1882. 



=Mabel Frances, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Amphlett (formerly 1 )unne) 
of Four Ashes Hall, co. Stafford, and 
of Earl's Croome, co. Worcester, by 
Lucy Beatrice his wife, 6th dau. of 
Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co. 
Hereford (see Pedig7-ee of Dew, Vol. /, 
page 284); born at Four Ashes Hall on 
Saturday, 31 December 1864, bapt. at 
Enville, co. Stafford, 5 March 1865; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury (by 
the Rev. William Henry Oswell, 
assisted by her brother, the Rev. 
George le Strange Amphlett and the 
Rev. Newdigate Poyntz, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 19 November 1895. 

{See Pedigree of Dunne, Vol. ij, 
page 104.) 



George Devereux Oswell, 
born at Stoulton on Saturday, 
1 1 October, bapt. there on 
Sunday, 9 November 185 1 ; 
of Keble College, Oxford, 
matriculated 18 October 
1870, B.A. 1873, M..A. 1887; 
Vice-President of Bishop's 
College, Calcutta, India, 1878 
-82, Governor to Maharaja 
of Nuddea 1882-89, Governor 
to Raja of Deor 1893-94, 
and Principal of Rajkumar 
College, Raipur, Central 
Provinces, India, since 1894 ; 
medal for long service in the 
Volunteer Force, India, 1905, 
Kaisar-i-Hind medal for 
public service in India of 
the ist-class 1906. 



Thomas John Oswell of 37 Esmond Road, Chis\vick,= 
CO. Middlesex ; born at Leighton, co. Salop, on 
Monday, 27 December 1852, bapt. there on Sunday, 
30 January 1853; educated at Christ's Hospital; 
entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet 9 April 1867, 
Sub-Lieutenant 28 July 1873, Lieutenant 28 December 
1877, retired as Commander 27 December 1879. 



= Alice Gertrude, dau. of the Rev. Robert 
Edward Warren of Atcham, Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of A. Deane of Cork ; marr. at 
Church Aston, co. Salop (by the Rev. 
William Henry Oswell, on Wednesday, 
17 April 1895. 



Henry Theodore Warren Oswell, born at H.M. 
Coast Guard, Fraserburgh, co. Aberdeen, on 
Monday, i June, bapt. at St. Peter's Episcopal 
Church, Fraserburgh, 4 July 1896. 



Thomas Murray Oswell, born at 54 Bath 
Road, Bedford Park, co. Middlesex, on Tues- 
day, 1 1 October, bapt. at St. Alban's, Acton 
Green, co. Middlesex, 20 November 1898. 



Francis LLoyd= 
Oswell of Old 
Bank, Great Mal- 
vern, CO. Wor- 
cester ; born at 
Leighton on Fri- 
day, 2 1 July, 
bapt. there on 
Sunday, 20 Au- 
gust 1854. 



=Evelyn Baskerville, only dau. of 
the Rev. Walter Baskerville 
Mynors, Rector of Llanwarne, co. 
Hereford, by Caroline Elizabeth 
his wife, elder dau. of Henry 
Clay of Stapenhill, co. Derby, 
and of Piercefield Park, co. 
Monmouth ; born on Sunday, 9 
December i860; marr. at Llan- 
warne (by the Rev. Prebendary 
William Poole, assisted by her 
brothers, the Rev. Harry William 
Baskerville Mynors and the Rev. 
Aubrey Baskerville Mynors), on 
Thursday, 30 August 1894. 



Faith, born at Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Monday, 6 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Brighton, on Saturday, i November 
1856; marr. at Llandinabo, co. Hereford 
(by her brother, the Rev. William Henry 
Oswell, assisted by the Rev. Prebendary 
William Poole), on Thursday, 5 February 
1885, to Benjamin Smith of Horbling 
Hall, CO. Lincoln (2nd son of Henry 
Smith of Horbling, J. P. for parts of 
Kesteven, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
James Gould of Birthorpe Manor, co. 
Lincoln); born at Horbling 9 June 1853, 
bapt. there ; educated at Winchester. 



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Harold LLoyd 
Oswell, born at 
loFoulisTerrace, 
Onslow Gardens, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London, on 
Sunday, 7 July, 
bapt. at Llan- 
warne 18 August 
1895. 



Dorothy Evelyn, born at 10 Foulis Margaret Kathleen, bom at Old 

Terrace, Onslow Gardens, South Ken- Bank, Great Malvern, on Tues- 

sington, on Tuesday, 15 December 1896, day, 17 September, bapt. at the 

bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, Priory Church, Great Malvern, 

London, 20 January 1897. 8 October 1901. 



Gladys Mary, born at 10 Foulis Terrace, Violet, born at Great Malvern 

Onslow (;ardens. South Kensington, on on Friday, 27 April, bapt. at the 

Tuesday, 1 1 April, bapt. at Llanwarne Priory Church, Great Malvern, 

21 May 1899. I June 1906. 



</: <fr7'^<^ O^-.'oee 



iSreVDSter, 



Arms. — Sable a chevron ermine between three estoiles argent. 
Crest. — A leopard's head erased. 
Motto. — Verite soyet ma garde. 



Joseph Nunn Brewster of Greenstead Hall, formerly of Tolleshunt= 
D'Arcy, both co. Esse.x (youngest son of William Brewster of 
\\'hite Notley Hall, co. Essex, by Rose his wife, dau. of Philip 
Nunn of Otten Belchamp, co. Essex, and brother of Sturgeon 
Nunn Brewster, see Vol. ij, page //) ; born at White Notley 
Hall 17 January, bapt. at White Notley 2 February 1783; 
Surgeon; J.P. for co. Essex; died at Greenstead Hall, in his 80th 
year, on Wednesday, 27 August 1862, bur. at St. James', 
Greenstead, near Halstead, co. Essex. M.I. in churchyard at 
St. Andrew's, Halstead. Will dated 29 February 1856, with 
codicil dated 6 April 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 587, 62) 
22 November 1862, by Cardinal Brewster of Greenstead Hall, 
son, one of the Exors. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 
Chase of the parish of All 
Saints', Maldon, co. Essex, 
by Sarah his wife ; born 
2 September, bapt. pri- 
vately 23 September 1789 
(baptism registered at 
Maldon); marr. at Maldon 
4 December 1810; died 
in 1842. 



Walter Pugh Cardinal Brewster of Greenstead Hall, formerly of= 

Brewster, died, Stanway Hall, Colchester, co. Essex ; born 26 

in his 2ist December 1813, bapt. at Tolleshunt D'Arcy; 

year, 20 Oc- J.P. and D.L. for co. Essex; Surgeon ist Foot 

tober, buried (The Royal Scots) ; died at 43 Arundel Gardens, 

in the family Notting Hill, co. Middlesex, aged 77, on Sunday, 

vault at White i December 1889. Will dated 2 November 

Notley 2 No- 1887, with codicil dated 17 January 1S88, proved 

vember 1832. (Prin. Reg., 99, 90) 3 February 1890, by Francis 

M.I. on North Wentworth Brewster of 43 Arundel Gardens, Notting 

wall of vestry. Hill, son, and Henry Alexander Lamb of 64 Holland 
Road, Kensington, London, the Exors. 



=Margaret, 3rd dau. 
and heiress of Henry 
Butterworth of Whalley, 
CO. Lancaster ; marr. at 
Goodshaw, co. Lancaster 
(by the Rev. Robert 
Mosley Master), on 
Thursday, 22 April 
1841 ; died at Green- 
stead Hall, aged 58, 
on Thursday, 12 April 
1877. 



Margaret Clopton, born 1 7 June 1 844 ; marr. 
at the parish church, Hove, co. Sussex (by 
the Rev. Walter Kelly), on Monday, 13 
November 187 1, William Thurlow Godfrey 
Thurlow of the Admiralty. 



Francis Wentworth Brewster of Greenstead 
Hall ; born 28 April 1848 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1866, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 9 June 187 1, called to the 
Bar 30 April 1874. 



Rev. Waldegrave Brewster, born at Walter Seckford Brewster, =^Grace Scott, dau. of 



Hawarden, co. Flint, 3 June, bapt. there born at Hawarden 10 
30 June 1844; of Jesus College, Oxford, May, bapt. there 14 June 
matriculated 25 October 1865, B.A. 1868; 1846; died at Sydney, 
Vicar of Middleton-in-Chirbury, co. Salop, New South Wales, 12 
1872-1901, Rector of Fitz, CO. Salop, 1901. February 1904, bur. at 

Carlton, Sydney. 



Ralph Drummond of 
Kircudbright ; marr. 
at St. John's, Birken- 
head, CO. Chester, 29 
July 1874. 



May, born 6 May 1875, 
bapt. at Birkenhead. 



-, .1 . 1 . 

Christian Brewster, born 15 June Muriel, born 13 February 

1880, bapt. at Sydney, New South 1882, bapt. at Sydney. 

Wales. 



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Elizabeth Harris,= 
dau. of John 
Jeanes Roach of 
Glastonbury, co. 
Somerset, by 
Kezia Hucker 
his wife ; born 
at Glastonbury 7 
September 1816; 
marr. at Glaston- 
bury 22 Feb- 
ruary 1842 ; died 
at Llandysilio, 
CO. Montgomery, 
aged 51, I April, 
bur. there 8 April 
1868. ist wife. 



■Rev. Waldegrave Brewster, born at= 
Tolleshunt D'Arcy, co. Essex, 15 No- 
vember, bapt. there 14 December 1815; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
6 June 1835, B.A. 1839, M..-\. 1842 ; 
Curate of Hawarden, co. Flint, 1842 
-59, Rector of Llandysilio, co. Mont- 
gomery, 1859-70, and of Middleton, 
CO. Lancaster, 1870 until his death; 
died at the Rectory, Middleton, 
18 September, bur. at Middleton 22 
September 1888. Will dated 14 April 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1028, 88) 13 
December 1888, by Emily Brewster of 
Fron Heulog, Penmaenmawr, co. Car- 
narvon, relict, and the Rev. \\'aldegrave 
Brewster of the Vicarage, Middleton- 
in-Chirbury, co. Salop, son, the Exors. 




=Emily, dau. of Guybon Damant of 
Lammas, co. Norfolk, Surgeon ; 
marr. at St. Phihp's, Sydenham, 
CO. Kent, 24 July 1870 ; she marr. 
istly at Fakenham, co. Norfolk, 
19 January 1842, the Rev. Charles 
English (son of John English) ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1833, M.A. 1841 ; Incumbent of 
St. Bartholomew's Chapel, Syden- 
ham ; died at the Parsonage, 
Sydenham, aged 57, on Friday, 
31 May 1867. She died s.p. at 
Penmaenmawr, co. Carnarvon, 15 
June, and was bur. at Middleton 
19 June 1899. Will dated 20 
December 1898, proved (Prin. 
l^eg., 959, 99) I August 1899, by 
the Rev. Waldegrave Brewster, 
step-son, and Frank Kingsford, 
two of the Exors. 2nd wife. 



Alice, born at Hawarden i June, May, born at 
bapt. there 22 July 1849 ; Hawarden6No- 
marr. at Middleton, co. Lancaster, vember, bapt. 
3 August 1875, the Rev. George there 22 De- 
Jackson (son of Robert Jackson); cember 1850; 
bom in September 1838 ; of St. died 24 June, 
John's College, Cambridge, matricu- bur. at Middle- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1856, B.A. ton 28 June 
(2nd-class Classical Tripos) i860; 1S72. 
Rector of Ford with Yapton, co. 
Sussex, 1874-89, A'icar of Westfield, 
CO. Sussex, 1889; died 18 May, bur. 
at Westfield 21 May 1903. \\i\\ 
dated 25 September 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 992, T903) 7 August 
1903, by Alice Jackson, relict, the 
sole Executrix. =p 
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Bernard Brewster= 
of Puckahn, Sas- 
katchewan, North- 
west Canada ; 
born 26 November 
1852, bapt. at 
Hawarden 9 Jan- 
uary 1853. 



■Harriet Emma, 
dau. of William 
Alfred Loucks of 
Smith's Falls, On- 
tario, Canada, by 
Caroline his wife, 
dau. of Christopher 
Markley of Williams- 
burgh, Ontario; bom 
14 July, bapt. at 
Williamsburgh 15 
September 1851 ; 
marr. at Prince 
Albert, Saskatche- 
wan (by the Bishop 
of Saskatchewan), 
24 March 1881. 



Alfred Waldegrave Bertram Bernard Harold Brewster, born Herbert Secford Brewster, 

Brewster, born at Brewster, born at at Puckahn 2 1 )ocem- born at Puckahn 4 April, 

Puckahn i April, Puckahn 26 June, ber 1884, bapt. there bapt. there 9 May 1S86; 

bapt. there 21 May bapt. there 13 July 6 January 1885. died 17 November 1886. 

1882. 1883. 



William Brewster, born at 
Hawarden, co. Flint, 14 
July, bapt. there 13 August 
1854; M.R.C.S. ; died at 
Stoke-by-Clare, co. Suffolk, 
13 April, bur. there 20 April 
1892. Adiiion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 
II July 1892, to the Rev. 
Waldegrave Brewster. 



Catherine, born 
at Hawarden 25 
December 1855, 
bapt. there 10 
February 1856. 



I 
Stephen Gladstone= 

Brewster of Prince 
Albert, Saskatche- 
wan, North-West 
Canada ; born at 
Hawarden i o June, 
bapt. there 17 July 
1859 ; Registrar of 
Land Title Office, 
Prince Albert. 



=Margaret Emma, dau. of 
Sydney Alpheus Markley 
of Williamsburgh, On- 
tario, Canada, by Margaret 
Lena his wife, dau. of 
Michael Moss of Osna- 
bruck, Ontario ; born at 
Williamsburgh, and bapt 
there ; marr. at Prince 
Albert 17 August 1887. 



I I II II 

Cyril James Brewster, Walter William Brewster, born at Elsie, born at Prince Albert 

born at Prince Albert Prince Albert 10 April, bapt. there 8 December 1901, bapt. there 17 

19 June, bapt. there 31 July 1892; died 9 June 1893, May 1902; died 12 April 1903, 

2 September 1888. bur. at Prince Albert. bur. at Prince Albert. 

Gertrude, born at Percy Stephen Brewster, born at Grace Margaret, bom at Prince 

Prince Albert II June, Prince Albert 16 April 1894, and Albert 2 May, bapt. there i Au- 

bapt. there 2 No- bapt. there; died 26 May 1895, gust 1905; died 10 April 1906, 

vember 1890. bur. at Prince Albert. bur. at Prince Albert. 



Alice, born at Puckahn, 
Saskatchewan, 16 December 
1887, bapt. there 4 April 1888. 



Edith, bom at Puckahn 
19 March, bapt. there 
5 May 1889. 



Raymond Charles Brewster, born 
at Puckahn 16 June, bapt. there 
20 July 1891. 



WARWICK. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Sable on a cross engrailed 
or five pellets a bordure also engrailed of the second. 

Crests. — I, Out of a ducal coronet gules a demi-swan rising with 
wings expanded and inverted argent ; 2, A bear argent 
muzzled gules supporting a ragged staff of the first. 

Supporters. — Two swans argent ducally gorged gules. 

Motto. — Vi.x ea nostra voco. 



Wlartotta. 



Henry Richard Greville, Earl Brooke of Warwick^ 
Castle and Earl of Warwick, K.T. (eldest son 
of George, 2nd Earl of Warwick, by Henrietta 
his wife, 2nd dau. of Richard Vernon of Hilton, 
CO. Stafford); born 29 March 1779; Captain 
Warwickshire Regiment of Gentry and Yeomanry 
7 September 1797, Colonel "Loyal Birmingham" 
Regiment of Volunteers 20 February 1799, 
Colonel Warwickshire Regiment of Militia 17 
September 1803; M.P. for Warwick 1802, 1806, 
1807 and 1812-16; D.L. for co. Warwick 21 
September 1803, Recorder of Warwick 1816-32, 
sworn Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for 
CO. Warwick 5 July 1822; K.T. 10 May 1827; 
Lord of the Bedchamber to William IV. 24 July 
to November 1830; created D.C.L. of Oxford 
10 June 1834; a Trustee of Rugby School 1836; 
Lord-in- Waiting to Queen Victoria 10 September 
1 84 1 to July 1846; succeeded his father as 3rd 
Earl 2 May 1816; died at Warwick Castle, aged 74, 
10 August, bur. in the family vault at St. Mary's, 
Warwick, 20 August 1853. Will dated 3 February 
1851, proved (P.C.C. 841, 53) i November 
1853, by George Guy, Earl of Warwick, son, the 
sole Exor. 



=Lady Sarah Elizabeth, only dau. of 
Sir John, 2nd Earl of Mexborough, by 
Elizabeth his wife, only dau. and heir of 
Henry Stephenson of East Bumham, co. 
Buckingham, and of Cox Lodge, near 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland; 
born 4 February 1786; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, 21 October 
1816 ; marr. istly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 30 October 
1807, John George, 4th Baron Monson 
of Burton, co. Lincoln, who died at his 
residence in Seymour Street, London, 
aged 23, on Tuesday, 14 November 
1809. She died in Carlton Gardens, 
London, aged 65, 30 January, and was 
bur. in the mausoleum erected in the 
churchyard at Gatton, co. Surrey, 
7 February 1851. Special adiiion (with 
will and codicil dated 4 March 1849) 
was granted (P.C.C. 340, 51) 24 April 
1 85 1, to the Rev. James Cecil Wynter, 
the sole Exor named in codicil, Henry 
Richard, Earl of Warwick, husband, 
having renounced. 



George Guy Greville, Earl Brooke of Warwick Castle=f=Lady Anne, elder dau. of 



and Earl of Warwick ; born in Charles Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, 28 March 1818, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London ; of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 September 1837, M.A. 12 June 
1839; Cornet Warwickshire Regiment of Yeomanry 29 
November 1839, Captain i October 1841, Lieut. -Colonel 
Commandant 6 March 1848, Hon. Colonel i May 1880; 
M.P. for South Warwickshire 1845, ^847 and 1852-53; 
D.L. for CO. Warwick, High Sheriff for the counties of Cam- 
bridge and Huntingdon 1846; Yeomanry A.D.C. to Queen 
Victoria 10 January 1878; a Trustee of Rugby School; 
succeeded his father as 4th Earl 10 August 1853; died at 
Warwick Castle on Saturday morning, 2 December, bur. 
in the family vault at St. Mary's, Warwick, 6 December 1893. 
Will dated 2 July 1885, with two codicils dated respectively 
II January 1892 and 15 July 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
289, 94) 9 March 1894, by George William John Repton, 
the Hon''''^ William St. John Fremantle Brodrick and John 
Stratford Dugdale, the Exors. 



Francis, 9th Earl of Wemyss 
and March, by Lady Louisa 
Bingham his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Richard, 2nd Earl of Lucan ; 
born 29 July 1829; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 18 February 
1852; died at her London 
residence on Sunday, 15 
August, bur. in the family 
vault at St. Mary's, Warwick, 
19 August 1903. Adfnon 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 5 October 1903, 
to Francis Richard Charles 
Guy, Earl of Warwick. 



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Francis Richard Charles Guy Greville, Earl Brooke of Warwick^ 
Castle, Earl of Warwick, and Baron Brooke of Beauchamp's 
Court, CO. Warwick, in the Peerage of Great Britain ; born in 
Carlton Gardens, London, 9 February 1853 ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1873; M.P. for East Somerset 
1878-85, and for Colchester 1888-92 ; Mayor of Warwick 1894-97 
and 1901-1902 ; Lieut. -Colonel Commanding and Hon. Colonel j 
\Varwickshire Imperial Yeomanry, Hon. Colonel Essex Imperial i 
Yeomanry from 16 November 1901, and Hon. Colonel 3rd 
Battalion Essex Regiment (Militia) 28 March 1903 ; Lord- 
Lieutenant for CO. Essex, J. P., D.L. and County Councillor for 
CO. Warwick, J. P. for co. Somerset and a Town Councillor for 
Warwick ; a Governor and Trustee of Rugby School ; Past Deputy 
Grand Master of Freemasons in England, Past Provincial Grand 
Master of Essex since 1882 ; Patron of the livings of St. Nicholas', 
Warwick, and of Glutton, co. Somerset; succeeded his father as 
5th Earl 2 December 1893. 



■Frances Evelyn, elder 
daughter and coheir of 
Colonel the Hon'"'' 
Charles Henry Maynard 
(only son and heir of 
Sir Henry, 3rd and last 
Viscount Maynard), by 
Blanche Adeliza his 2nd 
wife, 2nd dau. of Henry 
Fitzroy of Salcey Lawn, 
CO. Northampton ; bom 
at 27 Berkeley Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 10 
December 1861 ; marr. 
at Westminster Abbey 
30 April 1 88 1. 



Leopold Guy Francis Maynard Greville, Lord Brooke, M.V.O. ; born at 16 Grosvenor Square, 
London, on Sunday, 10 September 1882 ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant 7th Battalion 
King's Royal Rifle Corps (Militia) 13 September 1899, 2nd Lieutenant 1st Life Guards 
3 November 1900, 2nd Lieutenant Reserve of Officers 8 July 1903, Captain 3rd Battalion 
Essex Regiment (Militia) 9 January 1907 ; Extra A.D.C. to Governor and Commander-in-Chief 
of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony (Viscount Milner), 17 August 1901 to 26 July 
1902; served in the South African War 1899-1901 on Staff, Extra A.D.C. to General Sir John 
Denton Pinkstone French ; at operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including 
actions near Johannesburg and Diamond Hill 11 and 12 June (Queen's medal with four 
clasps); nominated M.V.O. (4th-class) 9 November 1905; J. P. for co. Warwick 1903, and 
for CO. Essex 1905 ; acted as Reuter's Special Correspondent with Russian Army in Manchuria 
1904-1905; A.D.C. to Inspector-General of the Forces (General Sir John Denton Pinkstone 
French), 21 December 1907. 



Marjorie Blanche Eva, born 25 October 1884 ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Warwick (by the Rt. Rev. Francis Paget, 
Bishop of Oxford, assisted by the Rev. Canon Rivington, the 
Vicar, and the Rev. Henry Symonds, Rector of Little Easton, 
CO. Essex), on Tuesday, 19 January 1904, to Charles William 
Reginald, Viscount Helmsley, of Nawton Towers, Nawton, co. 
York, M.P. (only son of William Reginald, Viscount Helmsley, 
of Nawton Grange, by Lady Muriel Frances Louisa his wife, 
youngest dau. of Charles John Chetwynd, 19th Earl of 
Shrewsbury and 4th Earl of Talbot, and grandson of William 
Ernest, ist Earl of Fevensham) ; bom at 3 Wilton Place, 
Knightsbridge, London, on Thursday, 8 May 1879 ; Major 
Yorkshire Hussars (Princess of \\'ales' Own) Yeomanry Cavalry; 
Assistant Private Secretary to the First Lord of the Admiralty 
(Earl of Selbome), 1902-1905; County Councillor (Helmsley 
Division) for the North Riding, co. York, and J. P. for the North 
Riding ; elected M.P. for the Thirsk and Malton Division, 
North and West Ridings, co. York, January 1906. 






Charles Algernon Cromartie 
Greville, bom 22 Novem- 
ber 1885 ; died at Easton 
Lodge, Dunmow, co. Essex, 
aged 1 year and 5 months, 
on Monday, 28 March 1887, 
bur. at Easton. 



Maynard Greville, born at 
Warwick Castle 21 March, 
bapt. in the private chapel 
at Warwick Castle 7 May 
1898. _ 

Mercy, born at \\'arwick 
House, London. 3 April, 
bapt. in the private chapel 
at Warwick Castle 22 ^iay 
1904. 



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Alwyn Henry Fulke Greville of=i 
Danbury Place, co. Essex, M.V.O. ; 
born at the residence of the Earl of j 
Wemyss, Edinburgh, 9 February 1854; 
educated at Marlborough ; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant 1st Battalion 
60th Foot (The King's Royal Rifle 
Corps) 9 August 1874, retired as 
Captain 4 January 1883 ; Extra A.D.C. 
to Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland (Lord 
Spencer), 1884-85 ; Captain Warwick- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry 1 2 May 1 900, 
Major 7 April 1 906; Equerry-in-Waiting 
to the Duke of Clarence, an Extra 
Equerry-in-\\'aiting to H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales, and an Extra Equerry 
to H.M. the King since 7 March 
1 901 ; nominated M.V.O. (4th-class) 
9 November 1902. 



Charles Henry Greville, born 27 May 
1889, bapt. at Curzon Chapel, Mayfair, 
London ; educated at Eton. 



=Mabel Elizabeth 
Georgina, only dau. 
of Ernald Smith of 
Selsdon Park, Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, by 
Lindsay Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John 
Murray of Polmaise, 
CO. Stirling ; born 
at Chesham Place, 
Belgrave Square, 
London, 30 July 
1867, and bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, Lon- 
don ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 8 
Augu.st 1888. 



Phyllis Dorothy 
Lindsay, born 20 
April 1893. 



Louis George Greville of Heale 
House, Woodford, co. Wilts ; 
born at Paris i January 1856; 
nominated an Attache 29 
March 1877, appointed to Rome 

29 April 1878, promoted 3rd 
Secretary 11 June 1879 and 
transferred to Copenhagen 10 July 
1880, promoted 2nd Secretary at 
Tokio 28 August 1882, exchanged 
places with Mr. Greene and was 
appointed Clerk in the Foreign 
Office I April 1887, resigned 

30 April 1888; marr. 12 July 
1887, Lily, dau. of J. H. Gordon, 
who died 17 July 1898. 



George Gordon Francis 
Greville, bom 18 March 
1890. 



Eva Sarah Louisa, born in London 1 3 March 1 860 ; 
Lady-in-Waiting to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales 1893, 
Woman of the Bedchamber 1901 ; marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster (by the Rt. Rev. William Boyd Carpenter, 
Bishop of Ripon, assisted by the Very Rev. Frederick 
William Farrer, Dean of Canterbury, the Rev. Thurston 
Rivington, Vicar of St. Nicholas', Warwick, and the Rev. 
Henry George Willacy, Chaplain at Wroxall .Abbey), on 
Saturday, 20 July 1895, to Frank Dugdale of Snitterfield, 
Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, and 35a Great Cumberland 
Place, Hyde Park, London, I\LV.O. (2nd son of James 
Dugdale of Wroxall Abbey, co. Warwick, and of Dovecot 
House, Liverpool, J. P. and D.L., by Mary Louisa his wife, 
dau. of John Plummer of London) ; bom 5 April, bapt. at 
the parish church, Eccles, co. Lancaster, 26 May 1857 ; 
educated at Harrow and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 October 1876 ; J. P. for co. Warwick ; 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant Warwickshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 12 September 1880, Captain 5 May 1897, Major 
(Hon. Lieut.-Colonel) 18 September 1901 ; Equerry-in- 
Waiting to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales 3 Decenilier 
1901 ; nominated M.V.O. 11 March 1906. 

I 

{See Pedigree of Dugdale, Vol. 2, page lOj, and Additions 
and Corrections, Vol. j, /age ii.) 



Sidney Robert Greville, C.V.O., 
C.B. ; born at Warwick Castle 
16 November 1866, bapt. in 
the private chapel at Warwick 
Castle ; educated at Marlborough ; 
Assistant Private Secretary to 
Under-Secretary of State for 
Lidia (Sir John Gorst), 1887, 
Assistant Private Secretary to 
the Prime Minister (Marquess 
of Salisbury), 1888-92, 1896-98 
and 1 900- 1 90 1 ; Equerry to 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 
1898- 1901, Groom -in -Waiting 
to H.M. the King and Private 
Secretary to H.M. the Queen 
since 1901 ; nominated C.B. 2 
January 1899, C.V.O. 8 March 
1901 ; an Officer of the Legion 
of Honour 1905, a Commander 
of the Order of Dannebrog of 
Denmark and a Knight Com- 
mander of the Order of Francis 
Joseph of Austria. 



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j^r/us on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Or a chevron between 
three fleur-de-lis sable ; 2nd and 3rd (being an 
augmentation granted 8 Febntary l6^g to Richard 
Fanshawe, Remembrancer of the Exchequer), 
Chet^uy argent and azure a cross gules. 

Crest. — A dragon's head erased or flames of fire 
issuing from the mouth proper. 

Mottoes. — I, In cruce \'ictoria ; 2, Dux vitje 
ratio. 



iFansf)atoe. 



Captain Robert Fanshawe, R.N.=j=Christiana, dau. 



(2nd son of Rear-Admiral Charles 
Fanshawe, see "Notes" to "Visita- 
tion of England and Wales" 
Vol. 6, page Ij6 [Portrait 
at Bratton Fleming, North 
Devon, in the possession of Basil 
Thomas Fanshawe\ by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Sir John Rogers 
of Blachford, co. Devon, 2nd 
Baronet); born in Januar)- lyfj; 
Captain in the Royal Navy 25 
May 1768; fought in Admiral 
Sir George Pocock's three actions 
1758-59, in Vice- Admiral John 
Byron's action off Grenada 6 July 
1779, and in Sir George Brydges 
Rodney's action 12 April 1782 : 
Resident Commissioner of Ply- 
mouth Dockyard 1789-1815; M.P. 
for Plymouth 1784-89; died 4 
February 1823, bur. at Stone- 
house, CO. Devon. Portrait at 
Bratton Fleming, in the possession 
of Basil Thomas Fanshawe. 



of John Gennys 
of Whitleigh Hall, 
CO. Devon ; marr. 
6 December 1769; 
died in 1824. 



Christiana, bom 2 1 
January 1 7 7 1 ; marr. 
in 1796, the Rev. 
Francis Haggitt, D.D. ; 
Fellow of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1780, M.A. 1783, 
D.D. 1S08, D.D. (ad 
eundem) Oxford 6 July 
1 8 10; Rector of Nune- 
ham Courtney, co. 
Oxford, 1786, Chaplain 
to George III. 1787, 
and Prebendary of 
Durham 1794. She 
died 27 December 
1 8 10. He marr. 2ndly 
Lucy. He died in 
Bruton Street, London, 
leaving issue by his 
2nd wife, on Friday, 
29 July 1825. Admon 
(with will and codicil 
dated 27 July 1825) 
was granted (P.C.C. 
434 St. Albans) 25 
August 1825, to Lucy 
Haggitt, relict. 



Elizabeth, born 4 February 1772; 
marr. 18 January 1796, as his 2nd 
wife, Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, 
CO. Cornwall (younger son of Sir John 
Glanville, Judge of the Common 
Pleas, High Sheriff for co. Cornwall 
1753); Captain Royal Cornwall 
Regiment ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Cornwall, High Sheriff 1793 ; M.P. 
for Malmesbury 1794, and for 
Plymouth 1797-1802. He marr. istly 
at Llanwery, co. Cornwall, 22 October 
1790, Sarah, youngest dau. and coheir 
of \\'illiam Masterman of Restormel 
Park, CO. Cornwall. He died at Great 
Marlow, co. Buckingham, aged 83, 
on Wednesday, 3 June 1846. Will 
dated 13 January 1845, with codicil 
dated 13 May 1846, proved (P.C.C. 
584, 46) 15 August 1846, by Francis 
Glanville and the Rev. Edward 
Fanshawe Glanville, sons, two of the 
Exors. She died at Great Marlow 
on Tuesday, 21 December 1847, ^^id 
was bur. there. AdiSon (with will 
dated 19 September 1846) was granted 
(P.C.C. 117, 48) 12 February 1848, 
to Elizabeth Mary Glanville, spinster, 
daughter. =j= 

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Susan, born 17 January 1774; marr. 
in January 1806, Vice- Admiral 
\\'illiam Bedford ; appointed Lieu- 
tenant Royal Na\7 12 September 
1 781; present as ist Lieutenant 
of the "Queen," under Rear- 
Admiral Gardner, at Lord Howe's 
battles in 1794, posted for his 
gallant conduct, and appointed to 
succeed to the command of the 
vessel (Captain Hutt being slain) ; 
Captain of the North Sea Fleet, 
under Sir \\'illiam Young, until 
the end of the war ; promoted 
Rear-Admiral 12 August 1812, and 
Vice- Admiral 19 July 182 1; died 
at Stone Hall, Stonehouse, in Oc- 
tober 1827. Will dated 8 October 
1827, proved (P.C.C. 623 Heber) 
6 November 1827, by Susan 
Bedford, relict, Arthur Fanshawe 
and the Rev. Peter Sleeman, the 
Exors. She died 18 October 
1855, and was bur. at Stonehouse. 
Will dated 7 March 1854, proved 
(P.C.C. 963, 55) 6 December 1855, 
by William Fanshawe Bedford, 
son, and Susan Bedford, spinster, 
daughter, two of the Exors. 

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Catherine, born 2 January 1778; marr. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, co. Devon, in August 1798, 
Admiral Sir Thomas Byam Martin, G.C.B. (youngest son of Sir Henry Martin, ist 
Baronet, by Eliza Anne his wife, dau. of Harding Parker of Kilbrook, co. Cork, and widow 
of St. Leger Haward Gillman of Gillmanville, co. Cork) ; born at Ashtead House, co. Surrey, 
26 July 1773; entered the Royal Navy a.s Captain's servant with H.R.H. Prince William 
Henry (afterwards William IV.) in the " Pegasu.s," Lieutenant in the "Canada" in 1790, 
and Post-Captain in the "Modeste" frigate 5 November 1793; served in the "Artois," 
at the reduction of Bastia ; appointed to the "Victory" 2 September 1808, as Captain of 
the Fleet under Sir James Saumarez, Commander-in-Chief of the Baltic ; promoted Rear- 
Admiral i August 1811, Deputy-Comptroller of the Navy 1815, and Comptroller 1816; 
promoted Vice-Admiral 12 August 1819, Admiral 22 July 1830, Vice-Admiral of the United 
Kingdom 1847, and Admiral of the Fleet 13 October 1849; M.P. for Plymouth 1818-31 ; 
Director of Greenwich Hospital and one of the Elder Brethren of Trinity House ; created 
K.C.B. 2 January 1815, G.C.B. 3 March 1830; died at the official residence of his son, Rear- 
Admiral William Fanshawe Martin, Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard, in his 82nd year, 
on Saturday, 21 October 1854, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery. Will dated 16 November 1853, 
with codicil dated 9 October 1854, proved (P.C.C. 844, 54) 16 November 1854, by William 
Fanshawe Martin and Henry Byam Martin, sons. Sir Henry Martin, Baronet, and Francis 
John Davies, the Exors. Portrait by Eastlake (?) at the United Service Club. She died in 
Wimpole Street, London, on Sunday, 25 March 1849, and was bur. in Kensal (jreen 
Cemetery, London. =?= 



Edward Cardwell Fanshawe, born at Liverpool on Tuesday, 25 June=j=Alice, dau. of Colonel 



1844, bapt. at Liverpool ; entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers 22 June 1865, Captain 10 April 1878, Major 22 June 
1885, retired 18 July 1888 ; Lieut.-Colonel ist London Engineer 
Volunteers 22 August 1888; Assistant Private Secretary to Secretary 
of State for War; of the School of Military Engineering at Chatham. 
He marr. istly in 1873, Caroline, dau. of W. Jacobs. 



George Drew, C.B. ; 
marr. at Lee, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. Gerald 
Charles Fanshawe), 
on Tuesday, 6 March 
1900. 2nd wife. 



George Drew Fanshawe, 
born at 81 Ladbroke Road, 
Netting Hill, London, on 
Friday, 2 7 September 1901. 



Kathleen Maud, born at 
79 Ladbroke Road, Notting 
Hill, London, on Sunday, 
28 February 1904. 



Caroline (Lina), born 
at Landour, Bengal, 
India, on Tuesday, 
17 September 1878 ; 
died at 31 Dorset 
Square, London, aged 
7 months, on Wednes- 
day, 16 April 1879. 



Edward Hew Fanshawe, born at 35 Fitzwilliam 
Road, Clapham, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 25 April 
1880; educated at Clifton and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant 19th (Alexandra, Princess 
of Wales' Own) Hussars 11 February 1899, 
Lieutenant 28 August 1900, resigned July 
1904; served in South African War 1899-1900; 
seconded for service with South African Con- 
stabulary 14 October 1902. 



Ethel Jane, born 
at 35 Fitzwilliam 
Road, Clapham, 
on .Saturday, 22 
October 1881. 



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Cordelia, born 15 November 1780; marr. in 1800, Vice-Admiral Sir John Chambers White, 
K.C.H. ; entered the Navy 7 June 1781, on board the "(Quebec," Midshipman in 
August 1783, Lieutenant 22 November 1790, Commander on the "Sylph" 28 August 
1795, promoted to Flag-rank 22 July 1830, Vice-Admiral 10 January 1837, Commander-in- 
Chief at the Nore 15 January 1844 until his death; created K.C.B. 6 April 1842. She 
died at Mount Tamar in 1809. He marr. 2ndly 25 April 1S16, Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of Lieut. -General Sir Hew Whiteford Dairy mple, Baronet, Colonel 57th Foot, by 
Frances his wife, dau. and coheir of General Francis Leighton of Loton Park, co. Salop ; 
died II April 1828. He died 4 April 1845. 



Robert Dalrymple 
Fanshawe, born 3 
July 18 1 2, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, co. 
Devon ; died 12 
September 18 13, 
bur. at Plymouth. 



Frances Anne, born 8 August 1813, bapt. at Stoke Damerel, co. Devon; 
marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, London, 10 June 1844, Captain 
John Witidham Dalling, R.N. (youngest son of Sir John Dalling, Baronet, 
Governor of Jamaica, by Louisa his wife, dau. of Excelles Lawford) ; 
born I August 1784; entered the Royal Navy 4 November 1803, served 
as Midshipman in the battle of Trafalgar, Lieutenant 18 October 1810, 
Commander 15 June 1814, Post-Captain 2 January 1828; died 10 
October 1853, bur. in the church at Earsham, co. Norfolk. She died 
at 22 Eldon Road, Kensington, London, on Tuesday, 14 May 1901. 
Will dated 21 August 1861, with three codicils dated respectively 13 xSlay 
1879, 19 January 1887 and 3 September 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
711, 1901) 22 June 1901, by Sir Edward Gcnii)s Fanshawe, G.C.B., 
Admiral in the Royal Navy, and tlie Rev. .-Vrtlun- Adolphus Fanshawe, 
brothers, the Exors. 



Leighton Dalrymple 
Fanshawe, born at 
28 Chester Terrace, 
Regent's Park, Lon- 
don, on P'riday, 
26 September 1845, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Pancras, 
London ; died at 
Southsea, co. Hants, 
aged 16 months, on 
Friday, 29 January 
1847, bur. at Milton, 
near Portsmouth, co. 
Hants. 



Admiral Sir Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe,= 
K.C.B. ; born at Southsea on Friday, 2 April 
1847, bapt. there; educated at Blackheath, 
CO. Kent ; entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 
in September i860, Sub- Lieutenant 6 June 
1867, Lieutenant 21 September 1868, Com- 
mander 5 January 1874, Captain 31 December 
1881, Rear-Admiral 23 February 1897, Vice- 
Admiral 25 January 1902, Admiral 25 July 
1905 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria i January 
1895 to February 1897 ; Assistant to Admiral 
Superintendent of Naval Reserves 28 May 1S94 
to February 1897; Second in Command of the 
Channel Squadron 1899; acted as Umpire 
in the Naval Manceuvres August 1900 ; 
Commander-in-Chief on Australian Station 10 
November 1902 to 1905 ; created K.C.B. 
9 November 1904; President of the Royal 
Naval College, Greenwich, October 1906 to 
1908; decorated with the Order of the Sacred 
Treasure by the Emperor of Japan ; Commander- 
in-Chief at Portsmouth since March 1908. 



=Sarah Frances (his 
cousin), dau. of Wil- 
liam Fox of .Adbury 
Park, CO. Hants, J. P., 
by Susan Cordelia 
his wife (see page 
26), 3rd dau. of 
Lieut. -General Ed- 
ward Fanshawe, C. B. ; 
born at Hyde Park, 
London, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1850 ; marr. at 
Burghclere, co. Hants 
(by the Rev. Arthur 
Adolphus F'anshawe, 
assisted by the Rev. 
George Raymond 
Portal), on Wednes- 
day, 21 January 1874. 



Frances Alice ^L^ry, born at 10 Lawn Terrace, Blackheath, co. Kent, on Sunday, 29 November 
1874; died at 74 Cromwell Road, London, aged 11 years, on Friday, 25 December 1SS5, 
bur. at Burghclere. 



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Anne, born 6 August 1782 ; died unmarried at Pisa Villa, Torquay, co. Devon, in her 82nd year, 
on Saturday, 28 April 1865. Will dated 2 April 1832, proved (Prin. Reg., 312, 65) 27 May 1865, 
by Harriett Fanshawe ofToniuay, spiiister, sister, the sole lixecutrix. 



Admiral Sir Edward Gennys Fanshawe, G.C.B. ; born 27 November= 
1814, bapt. at Stoke Damerel, co. Devon; educated at the Royal Naval 
College, Portsmouth ; entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet 18 December 
1S28, Mate 1S33, Lieutenant 15 August 1835, Commander 28 August 
1841, Captain 7 September 1S45, Rear-Admiral 3 November 1863, 
Vice-Admiral 27 June 1870, Admiral 18 June 1876, retired 26 November 
1879; served as Lieutenant on board the "Daphne" on the coast of 
Syria (Syrian and Turkish medals with clasps) ; commanded boats at 
the destruction of Malloodoo, on the coast of Borneo, 19 August 1845 
(mentioned in despatches); Captain of the "Cossack" in Baltic 1855; 
present at the bombardment of Sveaborg (Baltic medal) ; Captain 
Superintendent Chatham Dockyard 1861-63; ^ Junior Lord of the 
Admiralty 1865-66 ; Admiral Superintendent Royal Dockyard, Malta, 
1868-70 ; Commander-in-Chief on North America and West 
Indies Station 13 September 1870 to January 1874; President of the 
Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 1875-78; Commander-in-Chief at 
Portsmouth March 1878 to November 1879 ; nominated C.B. 20 May 
1871, K.C.B. 1881, G.C.B. 21 June 1887, F.R.G.S., Vice-President of 
the Navy Records Society; Author of "Sir Hew Dalrymple at Gibraltar 
and in Portugal in 1808"; died at 74 Cromwell Road, South 
Kensington, London, in his 92nd year, on Sunday, 21 October, bur. 
at the church at Virginia Water, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 25 October 
1906. Funeral service at St. Jude's, Courtfield Gardens, South 
Kensington. Will dated 21 September 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 
24, 1907) 22 January 1907, by Edward Cardwell Fanshawe and Evel5Ti 
Leighton Fanshawe, sons, the Exors. 




ivy^z_-<^iv>^ .^5i-i^^^r^ 




=Jane, elder dau. of John 
Cardwell of Liverpool (and 
sister of Edward, Viscount 
Cardwell, Secretary of 
State for ^Var), b\' Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
Richard Birley ; born in 
Rodney Street, Liver- 
pool, 17 September 181 5; 
marr. at St. (jeorge's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Edward 
Cardwell, D.D., Principal 
of St. Alban's Hall, 
O.xford), on Thursday, 1 1 
May 1843 ; died at Hang- 
moor, Virginia Water, 
in her 85 th year, on 
Monday, 23 July 1900, 
bur. at the church at 
Virginia Water, ^\'ill dated 
8 February 1891, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1630, 1900) 
22 December 1900, by 
Evelyn Leighton Fan- 
shawe, son, the sole Exor. 




-7^ 



Alice Eliza Jane, born at 39 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, on Monday, 5 ALirch 1848, 
bapt. at Christ Church, St. Pancras, London. 



Winifred Edith, born at Adbury, near Newbury, co. Berks, on Thursday, 11 November 1875 ; marr. 
at Burghclere, co. Hants (by the Rt. Rev. George Henry Sumner, Bishop of Guildford, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon Alexander Colvin Blunt, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 18 November 1902, to the Rev. 
Edmund Hugh Rycroft (3rd son of Sir Nelson Rycroft of Calton, co. York, 4th Baronet, 
by Juliana his wife, eldest dau. of Sir John Ogilvy of Inverquharity, co. Forfar, 9th Baronet) ; 
born at Everlands, near Sevenoaks, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 3 September 1862 ; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1881, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888; Vicar of Bretby, 
CO. Derby, 1891-94, Rector of Highclere, co. Hants, 1895-1905, Vicar of Bishop's Waltham, 
CO. Hants, from 1905. =f= 

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Captain Robert Fanshawe, R.N. ; born 6 March 1784; Midshipman on board the "Namur" 
1796, Post-Captain in the "Castor"; died at Antigua 5 June 1804, bur. there. 



Lieut.-Colonel Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe (twin with= 
Charles); born 6 July 181 7, bapt. at Stoke Danierel, co. 
Devon; entered the Army as Ensign 52nd (Oxfordshire) 
Light Infantry 4 July 1834, Lieutenant 12th (The Suffolk) 
Foot 25 May 1838, Captain 13 May 1842, Brevet Major 20 
June 1854, Major Provisional Depot Battalion at MuUingar 
27 July 1855, Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 25 October 1859; J. P. 
for CO. Oxford ; died at Hartwell, Coley Avenue, Reading, 
CO. Berks, aged 81, on Tuesday, 28 February, bur. at Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. O.xford, 2 March 1899. Will dated 9 October 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 425, 99) 7 April 1899, by the 
Rev. William Dalrymple Fanshawe and Frederick Bradford 
Fanshawe, Captain in H.M. Army, sons, the surviving Exors. 



=Barbara, youngest daughter of 
General Sir Thomas Bradford, 
G.C.B., G.C.H., Commander-in- 
Chief, Bombay, India ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. William 
Bradford, Rector of Storrington, 
CO. Susse.x), on Thursday, 30 
June 1853 ; died at Hartwell, 
Coley Avenue, Reading, aged 
73, on Wednesday, 8 December 
1897. 



Hew Bradford Fanshawe, born at 41 Blandford 
Square, London, on Friday, 21 April 1854, bapt. at 
the parish church, Marylebone, London ; died at 
Chatham, co. Kent, aged 9 months, on Thursday, 
I February 1855, bur. at Gillingham, co. Kent. 



Thomas Bradford Fanshawe, bom at 
Chatham on Saturday, 14 April 1855, 
bapt. at Gillingham ; died at Mullingar, 
CO. Westmeath, aged 10 months, on 
Sunday, 24 February 1856, bur. there. 



Evelyn Leighton Fanshawe of Dalveagh, Aberfoyle,= 
CO. Perth ; born in Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, on Friday, 30 June 1854, bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Pancras, London ; educated at Rugby 
and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1873, B.A. 1877 ; a Student of the Inner 
Temple 4 November 1S75, called to the Bar 
17 November 1879. 



=Frances Sophia, 3rd dau. of Captain 
Charles Alexander Fanshawe of Grodno, 
Russia, by Althea Edwige his wife (his 
cousin), dau. of General George Fan- 
shawe of the Russian Service ; born at 
Siemiatycze, Russia, 25 July 1854 ; marr. 
at Dresden, Germany, on Saturday, 15 
October 1887. 



Richard Dalrymple Fanshawe, born at Adbury= 
Cottage, Newbury, co. Berks, on Wednesday, 27 
August 1879 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
3rd Battalion Durham Light Infantry 16 December 
1899, 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Scots Guards 
9 June 1900, Lieutenant 3 December 1902, Captain 
(retired) 1907 ; served in South African War 1899-1900, 
at operations in the Orange Free State April and May 
1900; operations in Orange River Colony May to June 
1900; operations in Cape Colony, South of Orange 
River, 1899- 1900 (Queen's medal with two clasps). 



=Constance Kathleen, youngest dau. of 
William Joseph Starkey Barber-Starkey 
of Darley Dale, co. Derby, and of 
Knockshannock, Glen Isla, co. Forfar, 
Barrister-at-Law, J. P., by Margaret 
Aimee his wife, dau. of Sir George 
Kinloch of Kinloch, ist Baronet; 
marr. at Morville, co. Salop (by the 
Rt. Rev. John Percival, Bishop of 
Hereford), 19 April 1906. 



Richard Michael Fanshawe, born 
at Aldenham Park 5 .\ugust 1907, 
bapt. at Aldenham. 



Lieut. -General Edward Fanshawe, C.B.; born i6 October= 
17CS5; entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
I July 1801, Captain i July 1806, Brevet Major 12 
August 1819, Lieut.-Colonel 23 March 1825, Brevet 
Colonel 22 July 1830, Colonel 10 January 1837, Major- 
General 9 November 1846, Lieut.-General 20 June 1854; 
served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806; 
in expedition to South America, siege and capture of 
Monte Video in 1807 ; with the Army in Portugal in 
1808 ; expedition to Scheldt and siege of Flushing 
in i8oq; nominated C.B. 26 September 1831 ; died at 
14 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park, London, in his 
74th year, on Monday, 22 November 1858, bur. at 
Akienham, co. Hertford. Will dated 25 February 1856, 
with codicil dated 3 December 1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 
756, 58) 10 December 1858, by Edward Gennys 
Fanshawe, Captain R.N., and the Rev. Frederick 
Fanshawe of Bedford, sons, two of the Exors. 



=Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-General 
Sir Hew Whiteford Dalrymple, Baronet, 
by Frances liis wife, dau. and heir 
of (jeneral Francis Leighton of Loton 
Park, CO. Salop; born 3 March 1790; 
niarr. at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London, 15 June 181 1; died 
at 14 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, aged 75, on Friday, 16 
June 1865. Will dated 11 May 1864, 
with codicil dated 29 May 1865, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 453, 65) 11 July 1865, 
by Edward Gennys Fanshawe, Rear- 
Admiral in H.M. Navy, and the Rev. 
Frederick Fanshawe of Bedford, sons, 
the Exors. 



Grizilda Emma, only^ 
child and heir of 
General Sir George 
Harding, K.C.B. ; 
marr. at St. Pancras, 
London (by the Rev. 
Robert Brackenbury), 
on Thursday, 2 7 April 
1 848 ; died at Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, aged 
22, on Monday, 
I November 1852, 
bur. at the old parish 
church, Hove, co. 
Sussex. 1st wife. 



=General Charles Fanshawe (twin with Hew= 
Dalrymple); born 6 July 1817, bapt. at Stoke 
Damerel, co. Devon ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Engineers 19 December 1834, 
Lieutenant 23 February 1837, Captain i April 
1846, Major 2 August 1858, Lieut.-Colonel 
I April 1859, Brevet-Colonel i April 1864, 
Colonel 4 March 1868, Major-General 28 June 
1868, Lieut.-General i July 1878, General i July 
1881 ; Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers 
at Cape Town, South Africa, and afterwards 
at Woolwich ; died at Park House, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight, aged 84, on Monday, 9 December, 
bur. at the parish church, St. Helens, Isle of 
^V'ight, 12 December 1901. ^Vill dated i8 October 
1877, with two codicils dated 6 April 1895 and 
18 August 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 39, 1902) 
28 January 1902, by George Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
Colonel in the Royal Artillery, and the Rev. Gerald 
Charles Fanshawe, sons, the Exors. 



=Anne Willianiena, elder 
dau. of Captain Charles 
James Hope Johnstone, 
R.N., by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Wood ; 
born 29 January 1827; 
marr. at Alverstoke, co. 
Hants, 10 February 
1866; died at Park 
House, Ryde, on 
Wednesday, 11 Jan- 
uary, bur. at the parish 
church, St. Helens, 
Isle of Wight, 14 Jati- 
uary 1899. 2nd wife. 



Rev. William Dalrymple Fanshawe, born at Mullingar, co. Westmeath, on 
Tuesday, 19 February 1856, bapt. there ; of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1875, Scholar Trinity College 1876, B.A. 
1879, M.A. 12 April 1882; Resident Chaplain to the Bishop of London 
August 1884, Vicar of St. Jude's, Gray's Inn Road, London, 1888, Deputy 
Priest-in- Waiting at the Chapel Royal, St. James' Palace, 1889, Rector of 
Plaxtol, CO. Kent, 1897, Vicar of St. Clements', Barnsbury, co. Middlesex, 
1902 ; Secretary to the National Society for St. Pancras' Deanery. 



Frances Elizabeth, 
born at Mullingar 
on Thursday, 1 5 
January 1857, bapt. 
there 



Renea Leighton, 
born at Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, on 
Saturday, 20 No- 
vember 1880. 



Guy Dalrymple Fanshawe, born at Carwinion, Falmouth, on Thursda)', 30 
March 1882 ; entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 15 January 1898, Midshipman 
15 May 1898, Sub-Lieutenant 15 November 1901, Lieutenant 15 August 1903; 
served as Midshipman of the "Endymion" in China 1900, landed with Naval 
Brigade under Admiral Sir Edward Hobart Seymour for advance to Pekin 
(China medal). 



Mary, born 14 April 1819, bapt. at Lyme Regis, co. Dorset; died at 14 Cumberland Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, on Monday, 26 December 1864. Admon (with codicil dated 26 
April 1864) was granted (Prin. Reg., 23, 65) 18 January 1865, to Frances Mary Fanshawe of 
14 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park, London, widow, the mother. 



Charles Harding Fanshawe, born at Chatham, co. Kent, on Monday, 12 March 1849, bapt. 
at Gillingham, co. Kent ; Clerk in the Colonial Office ; died suddenly at the Colonial Office, 
aged 23, on Friday, 18 October 1872, bur. at Wimbledon, co. Surrey. 



Arthur Hope Fanshawe, born= 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Monday, 4 February 1867, bapt. 
at Brighton ; entered the Royal 
Navy as Cadet 15 July 1879, 
Midshipman 19 February 1882, 
Sub-Lieutenant i September 
1886, Lieutenant 30 June 1890 ; 
H.M. Coast Guard at Salcombe, 
CO. Devon. 



=Agnes Elizabeth Hustler (Nesta), elder dau. of George Hustler 
Tuck of Blofield Hall, co. Norfolk, J.P., D.L., by Agnes Margaret 
his wife, dau. of the Rt. Hon''''= Sir William Atherton, Q.C., 
M.P., Attorney-General ; born at 85 Harcourt Terrace, South 
Kensington, London, on Friday, 12 January 1872, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, South Kensington ; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Blofield (by the Rev. Thomas Francis Boddington, Vicar of 
Salhouse, co. Norfolk, assisted by the Rev. James Percy Garrick, 
the Rector, and the Rev. Gerald Charles Fanshawe), on 
Thursday, 18 April 1895. 



Stella Catherine Hope, born at 
15 High Street, Portsmouth, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 22 November, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Portsmouth, 
26 December 1898. 



Marjorie Hope Johnstone, 
born at Logmore, BelmuUet, 
CO. Mayo, 30 July, bapt. at 
Belmullet 27 August 1904. 



Richard Arthur Fanshawe, 
born at St. Briavels, Salcombe, 
1 8 February, bapt. at Salcombe 
20 March 1906. 



Frederick Bradford Fanshawe of Hartwell, Coley Avenue, = 
Reading, co. Berks ; born at Templemore on Thursday, 
6 January 1859, bapt. there; Lieutenant Royal South 
Lincolnshire Militia 1879 ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 19th Foot 19 February 1881, Lieutenant 
2nd Battalion The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) 
Regiment i July 1881, Captain 19 December 1887, 
Adjutant 3rd Volunteer Battalion The Royal West Kent 
Regiment 16 May 1890 to 15 May 1895; retired 28 
January 1899; Captain Royal Southern Reserve Regiment 
18 May 1900. 



=Marianne Ellen (May), eldest dau. 
of William Arthur Fremlin of 
Court Lodge, Teston, co. Kent ; 
marr. at Teston (by the Rev. 
Clement Francis Cobb, the Rector, 
assisted by the Rev. William 
Francis Cobb and the Rev. 
William Dalrymple Fanshawe) on 
Tuesday, 10 July 1888. 



Arthur Hugh Bradford Fanshawe, Marianne, born at The Ralph Fanshawe, born at Hartwell, 

born at Portland, co. Dorset, on Limes, Shooter's Hill, on Coley Avenue, Reading, on Thursday, 

Tuesday, 22 October 1889. Saturday, 16 April 1892. 30 July 1903. 

Frederick Fanshawe, born at llarl- 

Barbara Evelyn, born at The Leighton Dalrymple Fan- well, Coley Avenue, Reading, 18 

Limes, Shooter's Hill, co. Kent, shawe, born at Reading November 1905, bapt. at St. Mary's, 

on Thursday, 5 February 1891. on Thursday, 9 Tanuarv Reading, 16 lanuarv 1906. 

1896. 

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Mary, born i October 1787; marr. at Plymouth, co. Devon, 29 June 1809, Admiral the Hon''''= 
Sir Robert Stopford, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. (3rd son of James, 2nd Earl of Courtown, K.T., 
by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Richard Povvys of Hintlesham Hall, co. Suffolk) ; born 

5 February 1768; entered the Royal Navy in May 1779, promoted Lieutenant of the " Hermione " 
17 June 1785, Commander 2 June 1789, Captain 12 August 1790, and Flag Captain in the 
"Fame" at Cork, promoted Rear-Admiral 28 April 1808, Vice-Admiral 12 August 1812, Admiral 
27 May 1825, Conmiander-in-Chief at Portsmouth 17 April 1827 to 30 April 1830, Rear- 
Admiral of the United Kingdom April 1834, Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean 
9 February 1837 to July 1841, Master and Governor of Greenwich Hospital i May 1S41 ; 
served in actions under Sir Samuel Hood in January 1782, and under Sir George Brydges 
Rodney 12 April 1782, and received thanks of Parliament; served under Lord Howe in the 
Channel and took part in the action of i June 1 794, publicly thanked on board the " Queen 
Charlotte" (the Admiral's flagship) by Lord Howe, and included in the vote of thanks of 
Parliament; nominated a Colonel of Marines 9 November 1805; commanded the "Spencer" in 
Sir John Duckworth's action off St. Domingo 6 February 1806 (severely wounded), received the 
thanks of Parliament, a gold medal from the Admiralty and a silver vase from the patriotic 
fund; took part in Lord Gambier's e.vpedition to Copenhagen in July 1807, when he was again 
included in the vote of thanks of Parliament ; commanded operations on the coast of Syria, 
including the bombardment of St. Jean d'Acre 4 November 1840, for which he received a vote of 
thanks from both houses of Parliament, and the Freedom of the City of London ; received from 
the Sultan of Turkey a letter of thanks, accompanied by the imperial nishan of honour and merit, 
and a sword, the handle of which was studded with jewels ; from the Emperor Nicholas the Order 
of St. George of Russia ; from the King of Prussia the Grand Cross of the Red Eagle, and from 
the Emperor of Austria the Order of Maria Theresa; created K.C.B. 2 January 1815, G.C.B. 

6 June 1831 and G.C.M.G. 10 May 1837; M.P. for Ipswich 1806; died at Richmond, co. Surrey, 
in his 80th year, on P'riday, 25 June, bur. with full naval honours, in the mausoleum attached to 
Greenwich Hospital, 2 July 1847. Will dated 17 November 1841, with codicil dated 4 February 
1845, proved (P.C.C. 676, 47) 3 August 1847, by Arthur Fanshawe, the Exor named in will, and 
Robert Fanshawe Stopford, son, the Eiior named in codicil. She died at 4 Norfolk Crescent, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 78, on Monday, 4 June i865. Will dated 22 April 1861, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 414, 66) 27 June 1866, by Robert Fanshawe Stopford and James John Stopford, sons, 
two of the Exors. =P 

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Colonel George Dalrymple Fanshawe, born at Chatham, =Maud Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir Frederick 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 31 August 1850, bapt. at Richard Saunders, K. CM. G., Treasurer 
Gillingham, co. Kent ; entered the Army as Lieutenant of Ceylon, by Mary Jane his ist wife, 
Royal Artillery 8 January 1870, Captain 12 May 1880, 2nd dau. of William Charles Gibson, 
Major 9 September 1885, Lieut.-Colonel 11 April 1S96, C.M.G. ; born at Rathnapura, Ceylon, 
commanding Royal Artillery in Ceylon 1896-1901, Brevet 12 March 187 1, bapt. at Colombo, 
Colonel II April 1900, Colonel on Staff (commanding Ceylon; marr. at St. Peter's, Colombo 
Royal Artillery), Cork District, 2 August 1902 to 31 May (by the Rt. Rev. Reginald Stephen 
1905, Commander (graded Brigadier-General) Coast De- Copleston, Bishop of Colombo, 
fence, Irish Command, i June 1905, retired 4 December assisted by the Ven"'= Charles Twining 
1906; served in Afghan War 1878-79 (medal). Boyd, Archdeacon of Colombo), on 

Tuesday, 7 February 1S99. 



Mabel Frances (twin with Basil Hew), born 18 May 1868; died at Park House, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, on Friday, 13 April, bur. at St. Helens, Isle of Wight, 19 April 1888. 



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Penelope, born 4 April 1789; marr. in September 1806, Lieut. -Colonel George Henry 
Duckworth (elder son of Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth, ist Baronet, G.C.B., by 
Anne his ist wife, dau. and heir of J. Wallis of Trentonvvoonwith, co. Cornwall) ; bom 
25 June 1782 ; Lieut. -Colonel 48th Foot 16 June 1808 ; killed at the battle of Albuera 
16 May 181 1. Adfnon (with will dated Bucellas, Portugal, 15 October 1810) was granted 
(P.C.C. 529 Crickiit) 18 December 181 1, to Penelope Duckworth, relict. She died at 
Limerick on Sunday, 13 May 1855, and was bur. there. Adriion was granted (P.C.C.) 7 June 
1855, to Roljert Percy r)ouglas, son-in-law. =j= 

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Rev. Frederick Fanshawe of Hooke Hall, Uckfield, co. Sussex ,~ 
bom 14 February 1821, bapt. at Devonport, co. Devon; 
educated at Winchester and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 March 1838; B.A. 1842, (ist-class Classics 
and 3rd-class Mathematics), M.A. 1844, Fellow of Exeter 
College, Oxford, 1842-55, Tutor 1845, Librarian 1853, 
Hebrew Lecturer and Senior Bursar 1S54 : Head Master of 
Bedford Grammar School 1855-74 ; died at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 58, on Thursday, 27 March, bur. at 
Uckfield i April 1879. Will dated 6 March 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 436, 79) 15 May 1879, by Mary Louisa Fanshawe 
of Uckfield, relict, the Rev. Henry Leighton Fanshawe of 
South Weston, co. Oxford, brother, and William Hammond 
Solly of Serge Hill, Bedmond, co. Hertford, the Exors. 



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=Mary Louisa, youngest dau. of 
General Sir Henry Goldfinch, 
K.C.B., by Katherine Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. and heir of 
Nathaniel Thomas of Cobb 
Court, CO. Sussex ; bom at 
Lewes, co. Sussex, 15 July 
1829; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Marylebone, London (by the 
Rev. Henry Leighton Fan- 
shawe, Fellow of New College, 
Oxford), on Thursday, 20 
December 1855; died at The 
Tile House, Shanklin, Isle of 
Wight, aged 77, on Tuesday, 
16 April, bur. at Uckfield on 
Monday, 22 April 1907. 



Frederick Edward Fanshawe, born at Bedford Grammar School on Friday, 6 July i860, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Bedford; died at Bedford Grammar School, aged 7 months 17 days, on 
Saturday, 23 February 1861, bur. at Biddenham, co. Bedford. 



Zilla Mary, born on Saturday, 27 September 1851 ; marr. at St. John's, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight (by her uncle, the Rev. Arthur Adolphus Fanshawe, assisted by the Rev. Thomas 
Francis Boddington, Vicar of Salhouse, co. Norfolk, and the Rev. Henry Ewbank, the 
Vicar), on Thursday, 12 November 1885, to Edward Foote Ward of Salhouse Hall (only 
son of Richard Ward of Salhouse Hall, J. P. and D.L., by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. 
of Vice-Admiral Sir Edward James Foote, K.C.B.); born at Salhouse Hall on Thursday, 
16 November 1848 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1867, 
B.A. 1872, ^LA. 1875 ; D.L. for co. Norfolk 1900. =j= 

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Basil Hew Fanshawe (twin with Mabel Frances), born 18 May=Rosalie, dau. of J. L. Adams 
1868; entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 15 July 18S1, Midship- of New York, U.S.A.; marr. 
man 13 November 1883, Sub-Lieutenant 13 November 1887, at Springfield Centre, New 
Lieutenant i April 1891, Commander 31 December 1903, of York, on Monday, 16 
H.M.S. "Venerable" i April 1905. October 1899. 

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Harriet, born 29 October 1790; died unmarried at Torquay, co. Devon, aged 82, on 

Wednesday, 18 December 1872. Will dated 19 January 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 27, 73) 

10 January 1873, by the Rev. Henry Leighton Fanshawe of Adwell Rectory, co. Oxford, 
nephew. 



Susan Cordelia, born 9 November 1822, bapt. at Robert Fanshawe, Margaret Arabella, 
St. Helier, Jersey; marr. at Holy Trinity, Mary- born 12 December born 26 June 1826, 
lebone, London, 30 May 1849, William Fox of 1824, bapt. at bapt. at Harwich. 
Adbury Park, co. Hants, and of Chester Terrace, the parish church. 
Regent's Park, Lxjndon ; bom 20 November 1820; Marylebone, Lon- 
J.P. for CO. Hants. He died at Adbury Park, in don; died at 
his 64th year, on Tuesday, 25 December, and was Harwich, co. Essex, 
bur. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 31 December 1883. 18 March 1825, 
Will dated 6 December 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., bur. there. M.I. 
114, 84) 5 February 1884, by Susan Cordelia Fox, 
relict, and William Fanshawe Fox, son, both of 
Adbury, and Herbert Parsons of the Old ISank, 
Oxford, the Exors. =j= 

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Katharine Mary, born at Bedford Grammar School on Tuesday, 

24 February 1863; marr. at Uckfield, co. Sussex (by the Rev. 
Edward Sanderson, the Rector, assisted by the Rev. Francis 
Henry Hodgson, Rector of Little Gaddesden, co. Hertford), on 
Thursday, 19 April 1894, to Athelstan Arthur liaines of Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, Solicitor (eldest son of Lieut. -Colonel Cuthbert 
Athelstan Baines, 32nd Foot, by Sophia his wife, dau. of Samuel 
Sanders of Fern Hill, Isle of Wight) ; born at Pontefract, 
CO. York, on Tuesday, 8 August 1854, bapt. there; educated at 
Winchester and at St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 

25 January 1873, Exhibitioner 1876. =j= 

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Anne Louisa, born at 
Bedford Grammar School 
29 July 1864, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Bedford. 



Frances Alice, born at 
Bedford Grammar School 
on Monday, 3 December 
1866, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Bedford. 



Rev. Gerald Charles Fanshawe,^ 
born at The Castle, Cape Town, 
South Africa, 14 November 1870, 
bapt. at Cape Town ; educated 
at Westminster and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1889, B.A. 
1892, M.A. 1896; Curate of St. 
Thomas', Portman Square, Lon- 
don, December 1893, Private 
Chaplain to Bishop of Exeter 
1 90 1- 1 903, Domestic Chaplain to 
Bishop of Winchester 1903-1904, 
Hon. Chaplain from 1904, Vicar 
of Godalming, co. Surrey, from 
1904- 



=Morforwyn Mary Leveson, younger dau. John Edward 

of Lieut.-Colonel George Hope Lloyd- Fanshawe, born 

Verney of The Cedars, Esher, co. Surrey at Claremont, 

(2nd son of the Rt. Hon'''' Sir Harry Cape Town, 

Verney of Claydon, co. Buckingham), South Africa, 15 

by Harriet Julia Morforwyn his wife, January, bapt. 

only dau. of Major -General Charles at St. Saviour's, 

Thomas Edward Hinde) ; born at Esher Claremont, 9 

on Friday, 6 August 1880 ; marr. at February 1872 ; 

St. Curig's, Llangurig, co. Montgomery educated at 

(by the Rev. Thomas Hughes, assisted Westminster, 
by the Rev. Gwilym Lewis, the Vicar, 
and the Rev. Edward Owen Jones), on 
Tuesday, 30 August 1904. 



Mary Morforwyn, born at 14 Hinde Street, 
Manchester Square, London, on Monday, 
12 February, bapt. at the parish church, 
Godalming, 25 March 1906. 

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Three other 
children, died 
young. 



Admiral Sir Arthur Fanshawe, K.C.B. ; born 5 February=Margaret, dau. of Sir 

1794; entered the Royal Navy 8 February 1804, John Wilson, Senior 

Lieutenant 22 April 1813, Commander 2 October 1815, 

Captain 17 October 18 16, Rear-Admiral of the Blue 18 

June 1851, Vice-Admiral 9 July 1857, Admiral 4 October 

1862 ; served on board the "Prince of Wales" (flag-ship 

of Lord Gambier), in the expedition to Copenhagen 1807 ; 

present at the bombardment of St. Jean d'Acre in 1S40; 

appointed Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard 

28 September 1852, Commander-in-Chief on the North 

American Station, on the Mediterranean Station in 1857, 

and at Devonport in iS5o ; Knight of the Austrian Order 

of Leopold ; nominated C.B. 18 December 1840, K.C.B. 

18 May i860; died s.p. at 32 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, aged 70, on Tuesday, 

14 June 1864. Will dated 18 November 185S, with codicil dated 18 April 1861, proved 

(Prin. Reg., 465, 64) 21 July 1864, by Edward Gennys Fanshawe of 14 Cumberland Terrace, 

Regent's Park, London, a Rear-Admiral in H.^L Navy, and the Rev. Frederick Fanshawe 

of Bedford, nephews, two of the Exors. 



\\'ranglerand Fellow 
of Peterhouse, Cam- 
bridge, Judge of 
the Common Pleas, 
and step-daughter of 
Admiral Sir John 
Colpoys, K.C.B. ; 
marr. 10 August 
1820 ; died in 1851. 



Anne, bom 13 August 
1828, bapt. at Harwich, 
CO. Essex ; died unmar- 
ried at 14 Cumberland 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, on Sunday, 26 
April 1863. Adinon 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 22 
May 1863, to Frances 
Fanshawe of 14 Cumber- 
land Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, widow, 
the mother. 



Rev. Arthur Adolphus Fan-= 
shawe, born 28 March 1830, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
^L1rylebone, London ; of New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
26 July 1849, Fellow 1849 
-55, B.C.L. and M.A. 1856 ; 
Rector of Bubbenhall and 
Hunningham, both co. \\'ar- 
wick, 1862-77, He marr. 
2ndly Charlotte Hall. 



=Sarah, youngest dau. of John Parsons 
of the Old Bank, Oxford ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Oxford (by the Rev. 
Frederick Fanshawe), on Thursday, 26 
April 1855; died s.p, at 31 Redcliffe 
Square, South Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 28 July 1S91. Will dated 
16 January 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 
looS, 91) 3 October 1891, by Herbert 
Parsons of Elsfield, co. Oxford, brother, 
the sole Exor, ist wife. 



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Henry Leighton Fanshawe, 
born at Clifton Hampden, 
CO. Oxford, on Sunday, 
8 November, bapt. there 
6 December 1857 ; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion The Queen's Own 
Royal West Kent Regiment 
II February 1875, Captain 
I St Battalion 11 October 
1883, retired 17 January 
1888 ; served in Boer War 
1 88 1, with Natal Field Force ; 
died unmarried at Katungas, 
near Blantyre, East Africa, 
aged 36, 9 February 1894. 



Colonel Edward Arthur Fanshawe,= 
born at Clifton Hampden on Monday, 
4 April, bapt, there 24 April 1859; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 31 January 1878, Captain 
17 March 1886, Major 5 March 1896, 
Lieut, -Colonel 29 July 1903, Brevet 
Colonel 20 July 1906, Colonel 1908; 
served in Afghan War 1878-80 (medal); 
in the Soudan Expedition 1885, 
Suakim, reconnaissance in the advance 
on Hasheen, action at Hasheen, 
advance on 22 March, in support of 
Trofek Zareba, advance on Tenai, 
burning of Hasheen village (medal with 
clasp, bronze star). 



=Frances Rose, youngest 
dau. of Sir James 
Macnulay Higginson, 
K.C.B., Governor of 
Mauritius, by Olivia 
Nichola his wife, eldest 
dau. of Conway Richard 
Dobbs of Castle Dobbs, 
CO. Antrim, LP. and 
D.L.. ^LP. for Car- 
rickfergus ; marr. at 
Great Connell, co. 
Kildare (by the Rev. 
Hamilton O'Connor, 
Rector of Newbridge), 
on Wednesday, 5 July 
1893. 



Mary, born at Kilbelan, 
Newbridge, on Wednes- 
day, 6 March 1895. 



Edward Leighton Fanshawe, 
born 14 November 1901. 

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Robert Macaulay 
Fanshawe, born 
22 February 1904. 



Richard Gennys 
Fanshawe, born 
22 June 1906. 



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Rev. Henry Leighton Fanshawe,= 
born 7 July 1832, bapt. at the 
parish church, Marylebone, Lon- 
don ; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 March 1850, 
Fellow of New College 1851-57, 
B.A. 1853, M.A. 1857 ; Rector 
of Adwell with South Weston, 
CO. O.vford, 1 86 2- 1 900. 



=Ellen, dau. of Guy Thomson of Baldon House, co. Oxford ; 
marr. at March Baldon, co. Oxford (by the Rev. Arthur 
Adolphus Fanshawe), on Tuesday, 9 December 1856; died 
at the Rectory, South Weston, aged 63, on Sunday, 
4 May 1890. \Vill dated 31 March 1890, proved at 
Oxford 6 June 1890, by the Rev. Henry Leighton 
FanNhawe of South Weston, Rector of Adwell with South 
Weston, husband, the sole Exor. 



Colonel Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe, C.B. ; born at Clifton Hampden, co. 
Oxford, on Tuesday, 30 October, bapt. there 18 November i860; entered 
the Army from Militia as Lieutenant 19th (Princess of Wales' Own) 
Hussars 28 June 1882, Captain 2 July 1884, Adjutant 26 February 
1886 to 4 February 1890; appointed A.D.C. to General Officer 
commanding the troops at Aldershot (Lieut-General Sir Henry Evelyn 
Wood) 21 September 1890 to 8 October 1893 ; Major 25 October 1893; 
A. M.S. and A.U.C. to Lieut.-General Sir William Stephen .Alexander 
Lockhart, Commanding the Forces, Punjaub, India, 7 April 1898 
to 5 July 1898; Major 2nd Dragoon Guards 23 June 1900 ; Major 
2nd Provisional Regiment of Dragoons (with hon. rank of Lieut.- 
Colonel) 30 .March to 15 November 1901, Lieut.-Colonel 4th Provisional 
Regiment of Dragoons 28 January to 12 October 1903; Brevet 
Lieut.-Colonel 29 November 1900, Lieut.-Colonel 20 November 1903, 
Brevet Colonel 22 September 1904, Brigadier-General in command of 
2nd Cavalry Brigade, Eastern Command, i April 1907 ; served in 
Egyptian Expedition 1 88 2 -84, at battle of Tel-el-Kebir (medal with 
clasp, bronze star); Soudan 1884, battles of Teb and Tamai (two clasps); 
Soudan Expedition 1884-85, action of Abu Klea (two clasps); served 
in South African War 1899-1902 ; operations in Natal 1899, including 
actions at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop ; defence of Ladysmith, 
including sorties of 7 and 10 December 1899, and action of 6 January 
1900; operations in Natal March to June 1900, including action at 
Laing's Nek (6 to 9 June) ; operations in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, 
July to 29 November 1900, including actions at Belfast and Lydenberg ; 
operations in Orange River Colony May to 29 November 1900; in 
command of 2nd Dragoon Guards from 16 December 1901 to 31 May 
1902; operations in the Transvaal March to May 1902; operations 
in Orange River Colony January to March and May 1902 ; operations 
in Cape Colony December 1901 to January 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches [Sir George Stuart White 23 March 1900, and Sir Redvers 
Henry Buller 9 November 1900] '"London Gazette," 8 February 1901, 
and 29 July 1902, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, Queen's medal with five 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; nominated C.B. 26 June 1908. 



^Anna Paulina Mary, 
eldest dau. of Field 
IVLirshal Sir Henry 
Evelyn \\'ood of 
Millhurst, Harlow, 
CO. Essex, V.C., 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
by Mary Paulina 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of Lieut.-Colonel 
the Hon'>''= Arthur 
Francis Southwell ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Spanish Place, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
Robert Brindle, 

assisted by the \'ery 
Rev. Canon Michael 
Barry), on Wednes- 
day, 25 July 1894. 



Evelyn Dalrymple Fanshawe, 
born at Bangalore, India, 
on Saturday, 25 May 1895. 



George Hew Fanshawe, 
born 17 June 1897. 



Jeannette Ellen, born at 
Middleburg, Transvaal, 
7 February 1904. 



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Ellen, bom i June, 
bapt. at Clifton 
Hampden, co. Ox- 
ford, 2 2 June 1862 ; 
died unmarried at 
the Rectory, South 
Weston, CO. Oxford, 
aged 25, on Friday, 
27 April 1888. 



Colonel Robert Fanshawe,=^Evelyne Katharine Isabel, Jane, bom 2 

D.S.O. ; born 5 November dau. of the Most Rev. August 1865, 

Robert Knox, Primate of died 28 July 

all Ireland (son of the 1870. 



Hon*''^ Charles Knox, 
Archdeacon of Armagh), 
by Catherine Delia his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Gibbon 
Fitzgibbon of Ballyseedy, 
CO. Limerick) ; marr. at 
St. Saviour's, A\'alton Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
8 October 1903. 



Mary, born 8 
March 1867. 



Annie, bom 
26 November 
1870. 



1863 ; educated at the Royal 

Military College, Sandhurst ; 

entered the .Army as 

Lieutenant 2nd Battalion 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 

25 August 1883, Adjutant 

I July 1887 to 31 October 

1891, Captain 15 April 1892, 

Major 2 September 1900, 
Brevet Lieut.-Colonel 22 August 1902 ; graded 
D.A.A.G. (South Africa) 7 April 1900 to 26 
January 1902, D.A.A.G. 4th Division Second Army 
Corps II September 1902 to December 1903; 
Brevet Colonel 5 March 1908; served in operations on North-West Frontier of India 
1897-98, with Mohmand Field and Tirah Expeditionary Forces (medal with two clasps); 
served in South African War 1899-1902 ; Special Service in Natal 4 November 1899 to 22 
December 1899, Staff Officer to Assistant Inspector General, Line of Communication, 
23 December 1899 to 6 April 1900, Adjutant 6th Battalion Mounted Infantry 8 February to 
8 April 1900, in conmiand of 2nd Corps Mounted Infantry 18 August to 17 September 1900, 
and of Mobile Column 20 December 1901 to 31 May 1902 ; operations in Cape Colony, 
South of Orange River, 1899- 1900; at relief of Kimberley 15 February 1900; operations in 
Orange Free State February to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg (17 to 26 
February, wounded) ; actions at Poplar Grove, Karee Siding, Houtnek, Thoba Mountain, 
Vet River (5 and 6 May) and Zand River ; operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); operations 
in the Transvaal, West of Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900, including actions at Venterskroon 
(7 and 9 August) : operations in Orange River Colony (May to 29 November 1900), including 
actions at Wittebergen (i to 29 July) and Bothaville; operations in the Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony and Cape Colony 30 November 1900 to 31 May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 8 February 1901 and 29 July 1902, Queen's medal with five clasps. 
King's medal with two clasps, Brev'et of Lieut.-Colonel, D.S.O. 29 November 1900). 



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W^ilU of ^t. leonarli's, €]cetcr, to. Bebon, 

Arms. — Argent three griflins passant in pale willi wings expanded sable 

within a bordure engrailed sable bezantee. 
Crest. — A demi-griffin with wings expanded sable gorged witli a ducal 

coronet or and hoUling between the paws a battle-axe or. 
Motto. — Virtutis laus actio. 



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Saniufl \\'ills of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, son (jf Samuel Wills of= 
Crewkerne, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Richard and Elizabeth 
Seymer (or Seymour) of Ibber- 
ton Hall (now called the iManor 

House, Ibberton), co. Dorset, J. P. and T).L. for the counties 
of Dorset and Somerset; born at Ibberton ii June, bapt. at 
Crewkerne i6 June 1786; J. P. for co. Somerset; died at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, co. Devon, 22 October, bur. there 27 October 
1847. Monumental Tablet in church. Will dated 28 May 1846, 
proved (P.C.C. 886, 47) i5 November 1847, by the Rev. George 
William Burrow Wills, son, the sole Exor. 



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=Marianne, dau. of William 
Burrow of Bristol and 
of Taunton, both co. 
Somerset, by Anne his 
wife, sister of Admiral 
John Monckton ; born at 
Bristol 13 March 1794; 
marr. at Burstock, co. 
Dorset, 9 December 181 3 
(marriage settlements dated 
5 December 1813); died at 
Crewkerne 19 August, bur. 
in the family vault beneath 
the chancel of the parish 
church 23 August 1831. 
Memorial Tablet in St. 
Leonard's Church, I'.Nc^ter. 



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Rev. George William Burrow Wills, born^ 
at Crewkerne i September 18 14, bapt. 
there 25 January 181 5; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 May 
1833, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830; Rector 
of St. Leonard's, Exeter, 1840-73, 
Curate of All Hallows', Lombard Street, 
London, 1879-86; died at 9 Addison 
Crescent, Kensington, London, 8 Jan- 
uary, bur. in the family vault at 
St. Leonard's, Exeter, 13 January 1886. 
Memorial Window and Tablet in church. 
Will dated i July 1885, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 May 1886, by 
George Frederick Wills of Crew'kerne, 
M.D., and Andrew Jaines Lithgow of 10 
Royall Terrace, Weymouth, co. Dorset, 
nephew, the Exors. 



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=Sophia Townshend, 2nd dau. of Captain Sir John 
Theophilus Lee of Laurision Hall, Torquay, co. 
Devon, R.N., J. P., D.L., Knight of the Legion of 
Honour and of the Roman Empire, by Sophia his 
wife, dau. of Major William Lawler of Greenwich, 
CO. Kent ; born at Bedhampton, co. Hants, 
3 September, bapt. at the parish church, Greenwich, 
29 September 1814; marr. at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
19 April 1842 (marriage settlements dated 18 April 
1842) ; died at Kensington, London, 9 November, 
bur. at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 16 November 1886. 
Memorial Tablet in church. \\'ill dated 17 May 
1885, with codicil dated 27 August 1S86, proved 
15 August 1887, by John Sparks of Crewkerne, 
and the Rev. Robert McClellan Lauriston Lee of 
Fordington, co. Dorset, nephew, the Exors. 






Georgina Sophia, born at the Rectory, St. Leonnrd's, Exeter, 22 February, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 30 July 1843; marr. at Weybread, co. Suffolk, 16 January iSgl'i, the 
Rev. George John Bidewell (son of John Bidewell); educated at St. Bees; Rector of Bodham, 
CO. Norfolk, since 1861. 



Ellen Ann, born at Crewkerne, 
CO. Somerset, 2 December 
18 1 5, bapt. there 23 July 1816; 
died at Crewkerne 16 April, 
bur. in the family vault beneath 
the chancel of the parish church 
22 April 181 7. 



Samuel Seymour Wills, born at 
Crewkerne 7 March, bapt. there 
privately 13 March 181 7, and 
received into the church at Crew- 
kerne 28 January 1818; died 14 
July, bur. in the family vault 18 July 
1838. 



Marianne, bom at 
Crewkerne 14 April, 
bapt. there 8 May 
181 8; died unmarried 
II June, bur. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 17 
June 1862. M.I. 



Emily Augusta, born at Crewkerne, co. Somerset, 15 October, 
bapt. there 15 November 1821; marr. at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
15 October 1857, Andrew James Lithgow, M.D. (son of Andrew 
Lithgow of Weymouth, co. Dorset, M.D.) who died at Weymouth 
I August, and was bur. in the cemetery there 5 August 1886. M.L 



Elizabeth Clara, born at 
Crewkerne 23 March, 
bapt. there 13 May 
1823. 



Marion Emma, born at the Rectory, 
St. Leonard's, Exeter, 21 April, bapt. at 
St. Leonard's, Exeter, 3 July 1844; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 16 August 1883, the Rev. 
Robert Merrick (4th son of William 
Merrick, Solicitor, of Bradford, co. Wilts) ; 
born 9 November 1846; of St. Mary Hall 
(afterwards of Oriel College), Oxford, 
matriculated 24 October 1873, ^-A. 
1876, M.A. 1880; Rector of Puttenham, 
CO. Hertford, 1887-1900, Vicar of Holy 
Rood and Chaplain of God's House, 
Southampton, since 1900. She died at 
Southampton 18 June, and was bur. in 
the cemetery there 24 June 1905. 
Memorial Tablet in Holy Rood Church, 
Southampton. Will dated 10 May 1905, 
proved at Winchester 31 August 1905, by 
the Rev. Robert Merrick and Marion 
Sophia Merrick, daughter, two of the 
Exors. =p 

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Theophilus Samuel Wills 
of London, Ontario, 
Canada ; born at the 
Rectory, St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 6 January, bapt. 
at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
4 March 1846; Solicitor; 
marr. at London, On- 
tario, in 1873, Louisa 
Jane, dau. of Lionel 
Ridout of London, 
Ontario. He died s.p. at 
Willesden, co. Middlesex, 
2 February, and was bur. 
in Willesden Cemetery 
II February 1881. M.L 
in the church at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter. 



George William Burrow 
Wills, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 23 
February 1848; died in 
infancy. 

Arthur Leonard Wills, 
bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 15 January 1851; 
died in infancy. 



Amy Seymour, bapt. at 
St. Leonard's, Exeter, 29 
November 1854; died in 
infancy. 



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Herbert McClellanWills= 
of The Whim, Paignton, 
CO. Devon, formerly 
of Marshall's Manor, 
Maresfield, co. Sussex ; 
born at the Rectory, 
St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
CO. Devon, 8 March, 
bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 17 April 1S56. 



=Susannah, dau. of John Henry 
Beale of Wimborne, co. Dorset, 
afterwards of \^'ellington and Auck- 
land, New Zealand, J. P., by Mary 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of James 
Butler of Okeford Fitz-Payne, co. 
Dorset, Barrister-at-Law ; born at 
Wimborne 25 October 1844, bapt. 
at Wimborne Minster 26 June 
1845 ; niarr. at Slough, co. Buck- 
ingham, 12 September 1879. She 
marr. istly at St. Sepulchre's, 
Auckland, New Zealand, 31 May 
1869, Robert Case (eldest son of 
Robert Case of Knotty Ash, 
Liverpool, F.L.S.) who died at 27 
Inverness Terrace, Kensington 
Gardens, London, aged 34, on 
Monday, 8 January, and was bur. 
in the family vault at Knotty .^sh 
13 January 1877. 



Annie Sophia Townshend, born 
at the Rectory, St. Leonard's, 
Exeter, 29 April, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Exeter, 18 August 
1858; marr. at St. PhiHp's, 
Kensington, London, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1890, the Rev. Henry 
Seger Oriel (son of Charles 
George Carpenter Oriel, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of John 
Bovingdon of London) ; born 
in London 6 June 1859; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1877, B.A. (loth Jun. Opt.) 
1 88 1, M.A. 1884; Vicar of 
Weybread, co. Suffolk, 1889 
-1 90 1, Curate-in-Charge of 
Ingestre, co. Stafford, 1901 
-1906, and Rector since that 
date. =j= 

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George Herbert Alexander 
Wills of Nelson College, 
New Zealand ; born at 
Weston-super-Mare, co. 
Somerset, 16 June, bapt. 
at Upton-cuni-Chalvey, co. 
Buckingham, 20 July 1880. 



Dorothy Susie Eleanor, born at Kensington, London, 19 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, West Kensington, 11 July 1882; marr. at 
Holy Rood Church, Southampton, 29 June 1907, Robert 
Vaughan Gower of Ferndale Lodge, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent (son of Joshua Robert Gower of Tunbridge Wells, by 
Kate his wife, only dau. and coheir of John Fagge of Quarry 
Bank, Tonbridge, co. Kent); born at Tunbridge Wells 10 
November 1880, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, 
6 February 1881 ; admitted a Solicitor in November 1904, 
F.R.G.S., F.R.Met.Soc. =p 

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(See Pedigree of Go7ver, page jg.) 



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33t):on#artlantJ of ifWitiDleton 
iflanor, to. ^m^tj:. 



Martha, dau. of= 
John Allis of 
Tewkesbury,co. 
Gloucester, by 
Anna Hagen 
his wife ; bom 
1 6 June 1755; 
marr. 18 April 
1780; died 15 
Septemberi797. 
I St wife. 



Anns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Argent on a bend 
between two crescents sable three pallets 
or each charged with a stag's head erased 
of the second, Haktland ; 2nd and 3rd, 
Per bend indented sable and or two 
bendlets between as many lions passant 
all counter-changed, Dixon. 

Crest. — I , A stag's head erased or gorged 
with a collar gemel pendant therefrom by a 
chain a key in liend all sable, IIarti.and ; 
2, A demi-lion couped per fesse indented 
or and sable supporting with the sinister 
paw an antique shield of the second charged 
with a talbot's head erased of the first, 
Dixo.v. 

Mo/to. — Vive memor lethe. 



Nathaniel Hartland= 
(3rd son of William 
Hartland, by Sarah 
his 2nd wife, dau. 
of Nathaniel Reeve 
of Tewkesbury) ; 
born 10 April 1754; 
died at Tewkesbury 
5 August 1830. 
Will dated ig April 
1828, with codicil 
dated22 April 1828, 
proved (P.C.C. 90 
Tebbs) 23 February 
1 83 1, by John 
Allis Hartland and 
Nathaniel Hartland , 
sons, two of the 
Exors. Power re- 
served to Rebecca 
Hartland, relict, the 
other Exor. 



■Rebecca, dau. of 
Henry Wilkins of 
Cirencester, co. 
Gloucester ; born 
4 May 1750; 
marr. 15 January 
1805 ; died s.p. 
6 February 1837. 
Will dated 31 May 
1 83 1, with two 
codicils dated 

respectively 14 De- 
cember 1833 and 
14 April 1836, 
proved (P.C.C. 
96 Nonvich) 28 
February 1837, by 
Henry Wilkins, 
nephew, and Sarah 
Lewis, two of the 
Exors. 2nd wife. 



John Allis Hartland of= 
Notclifif, near Tewkesbury; 
born 8 October 1781; 
died at Tewkesbury 26 
June 1838. Will dated 
4 December 1834, proved 
(P.C.C. 644 Nicholl) 5 Oc- 
tober 1838, by Nathaniel 
Hartland, brother, Haggar 
Allis and Lindsay Winter- 
botham, the Exors. 



=Anna Maria, dau. of Jacob Allis, by 
Elizabeth Chandler his wife ; born 
17 August 1793; marr. by licence at 
Tewkesbury Abbey (by the Rev. 
Charles White, the Vicar) 8 November 
1831 ; died at Osbaldwick Hall, co. 
York, 23 April 1853. Will dated 
7 March 185 1, proved (P.C.C. 539, 
53) 20 July 1853, by Thomas Allis, 
brother, Thomas Henry Allis and 
Francis Allis, nephews, the Exors. 



Reeve Hartland, born 12 
March 1783; died 6 De- 
cember 1790. 



Anna, born 19 June 1784; 
died 7 March 1809. 



Nathaniel Hartland, born 
25 June 17S6; died 8 July 
1787. 



John Allis Hartland, born 29 December 
1836; died 10 December 1837. 



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Anna Suuimeis, dau.= 
of Richard Sumiiicrs 
Harford of Ebbw 
Vale, CO. Monmouth, 
by Jane his wife; 
born 20 December 
1793 ; marr. at 
Shirenewton, co. 
Monmouth, 9 July 
1816 ; died 20 
August 1818, bur. 
at Evesham, co. 
Worcester, istwife. 



=Nathaniel Hartland of The= 
Oaklands, Charlton Kings, co. 
Gloucester; born 28 April 1791 ; 
died at The Oaklands, Charlton 
Kings, aged 75, on Tuesday, 
8 May 1866, bur. at Charlton 
Kings. Will dated 6 October 
1865, with two codicils dated 
respectively 19 April 1866 and 
28 April 1866, proved at 
Gloucester 2 July i865, by Eliza 
Hartland of The Oaklands, 
Charlton Kings, relict, Frederick 
Dixon Dixon-Hartland and Ernest 
Dixon Hartland, both of The 
Oaklands, sons, the Exors. 



=Eliza, dau. and coheir of Thomas 
Dixon of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, 
M.D. ; born 23 June 1802; marr. 
at Worcester 24 November 1825 ; 
died at The Oaklands, Charlton 
Kings, on Monday, 10 December 
1877, bur. at Charlton Kings. Will 
dated 14 April 1873, with codicil 
dated 24 November 1876, proved at 
Gloucester 24 May 1878, by Frede- 
rick Dixon Dixon-Hartland of 14 
Chesham Place, London, and Ernest 
Dixon Hartland of The Oaklands, 
Charlton Kings, sons, the Exors. 



Alfred Harford Hartland of Fern Hill, West= 
Malvern, co. Worcester; born at Evesham 17 
September 181 7; died at his residence. Fern 
Hill, West Malvern, in his 68th year, on 
Monday, 8 February 1886, bur. at West Malvern. 
Will dated i November 1884, with two codicils 
dated respectively 3 January 1885 and 30 April 

1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 230, 86) 18 March 

1886, by John Hrend Winterbotham and James 
Batten Winterbotham, both of Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, Eleanor Hartland of Great Malvern, 
widow, and Eliza Honoria Meall of West Malvern, 
spinster, the Exors. 



=Sarah Hannah, 4th dau. of Lieut. - 
Colonel William Meall of Charlton Kings 
and of the Hon*"'* East India Co.'s 
Bombay Service ; born 10 November 
1828; marr. at Charlton Kings (by the 
Rev. James Frederick Secretan Gabb) 
on Thursday, 9 November 1848; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, on Thursday, 
8 February 1901, bur. at West Malvern. 
Adnion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 25 April 1901, to William 
Harford Hartland, grandson. 



Alfred Hartland of Mathon, co.= 
Worcester ; born at Evesham 
4 August 1849; died at HoUings 
Hill, Mathon, aged 35, on 
Thursday, 8 October 1884, bur. 
at West Malvern. Will dated 
29 January 1878, proved at 
Worcester 10 April 1885, by 
Eleanor Hartland of 3 Park 
Villas, Malvern, relict, and 
Alfred Harford Hartland of 
Fern Hill, West Malvern, father, 
the Exors. 



=Eleanor (Nellie), 2nd dau. of Henry 
Wiltshire of Hanley Castle, co. 
Worcester; born 13 March 1849; 
marr. at the parish church, Maryle- 
bone, London (by the Rev. Arthur 
Armitstead Davidson), on Thursday, 
28 November 1872; died at Penzance, 
CO. Cornwall, 8 April 1904. Will 
dated i August 1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 642, 1904) 9 May 1904, by 
William Harford Hartland, son, the 
sole Exor. 



Edith, born at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 13 
November 1851 ; died 
at Charlton Kings 
21 January 1858, bur. 
there. 



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Sarah, born 28 August 1794; marr. 21 September 1819, John Lewis of 
Bristol; born 5 July 1783; Barrister-at-Law ; died at i Montpellier 
Terrace, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, aged 92, on Tuesday, 3 August 
1875, bur. at Leckhampton, co. Gloucester. She died at i Montpellier 
Terrace, Cheltenham, aged 93, on Monday, 7 May 1888, and was bur. 
at Leckhampton. Will with six codicils dated 24 August 1877 to 15 
October 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 653, 88) 13 July 1888, by Claudius 
Buchanan Ker, M.D., and James Batten Winterbotham, both of 
Cheltenham, and Anna Louisa Coulson, wife of Walter John Coulson 
of Harley Street, co. Middlesex, niece, the Exors. 



William Hartland, 
born 1 5 Septem- 
ber, and died 6 
December 1797. 



Frederick Dixon 
Hartland, born i 
September, died 
13 December, 
bur. at Evesham, 
CO. Worcester, 16 
December 1830. 



Theresa Gales, born at Evesham, co. Worcester, 13 August 1827 ; marr. 

at Charlton Kings, co. Gloucester (by the Ven''''^ Thomas Williams, 

Archdeacon of Llandaff, co. Glamorgan), on Tuesday, 20 August 1850, 

the Rev. Hugh Bold of Boughrood Castle, co. Radnor (son of Hugh 

Bold of Brecknock, co. Brecon); born 18 November 1797; of Christ 

Church, Oxford, matriculated 28 March 1816, B.A. 1820, ^LA. 1825; 

J. P., D.L. and Chairman of Quarter-Sessions for co. Brecon, J. P. for 

CO. Radnor ; Patron of the living of Llanfihangel-tal-y-Llyn, co. Brecon, 

and Rector from 1822 until his death; died s.p. at 17 Harley Street, 

Cavendish Square, London, on Wednesday, 24 January 1883, bur. at Llanfihangel-tal-y-Llyn. 

Will dated 9 March 1880, proved at Hereford 25 April 1883, by Theresa Gales Bold of 

Boughrood Castle, relict, the sole Executrix. She died at Boughrood Castle 29 June, and 

was bur. at Llanfihangel-tal-y-Llyn 5 July 1907. Will dated 26 March 1903, with two codicils 

dated respectively 26 October 1905 and 8 August 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 189, 1907) 

23 November 1907, by Sir Frederick Dixon Dixon- Hartland, Baronet, M.P., and William 

Hartland Banks, the Exors. 



William Harford Hartland,=i=Lilias, dau. of Alexander Mackenzie ; 



born at Hollings Hill, 
Mathon, co. Worcester, 
on Saturday, 7 March 
1874. 



marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 
London, 13 December 1903. 



Gerard Harford Hartland, 
bom at Malvern, co. Wor- 
cester, 29 July 1904. 



Edward Lewis Hartland, 
born 17 January 1876; 
died at Antwerp 22 July 
1899. Admon, with will 
dated 22 July 1899, was 
granted 14 December 
1899, to James Batten 
Winterbotham. 



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Grace Amy, youngest= 
dau. of Colonel Nicholas 
Wilson, K.H., of the 
64th Foot ; bom at 
Nenagh, co. Tipperary, 
17 March 1850; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. 
Hugh Bold, Rector of 
Llanfihangel - tal - y - Llyn, 
CO. Brecon), on Tues- 
day, 15 October 1867; 
died suddenly at 14 
Chesham Place, Belgrave 
Square, London, on 
Thursday, 22 Decem- 
ber, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 27 
December 1892. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Frederick Dixon Dixon-Hartland= 
of Middleton Manor, co. Sussex, and 
of Ashley Manor, co. Gloucester, 
Baronet, F.S.A., F.R.G.S. ; born at 
Evesham, co. Worcester, i May 
1832 ; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 1861, the additional surname 
of Dixon ; J. P. for the counties of 
Gloucester, Worcester, London, 
Sussex and Middlesex, and County 
Alderman for the latter county ; 
a Lieutenant of the City of London 
and a Governor of Christ's Hospital ; 
M.P. for Evesham December 1880 
to November 1885, and for the 
Uxbridge Division of co. Middlesex 
since 2 December 1885 ; created a 
Baronet 13 August 1892; Chairman 
Thames Conservancy Board from 
1895 to 1905. 



=Agnes Chichester, elder dau. 
of William Langham Christie 
of Glyndebourne, co. Sussex, 
and of 117 Eaton Square, 
London, M.P. for Lewes, J. P. 
and D.L., by Agnes Hamilton 
his wife, eldest dau. and coheir 
of Augustus Saltrell Clevland, 
J. P. and D.L. ; bapt. at 
Glynde, co. Sussex ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. Edgar 
Sheppard, D.D., Sub-Dean of 
the Chapels Royal, assisted 
by the Rev. John Storrs, the 
Vicar), on Thursday, 25 April 
1895. 2nd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Christie, 
Vol. 2, page 126.) 



Theresa Roma, born at 14 Chesham Place, Belgrave 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 11 November 1868, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. 
Edgar Sheppard, D.D., Sub-Dean of the Chapels 
Royal), on Wednesday, 10 January 1894, Rear- Admiral 
Sir Percy Moreton Scott, K.C.V.O., C.B., LL.D. (son 
of Montagu Scott); born 10 July 1853; entered the 
Royal Navy in August 1866, Captain i January 1893, 
Rear- Admiral 24 February 1905 ; served as Lieutenant 
during Ashantee War 1S73-74 (medal); in Egyptian War 
1882, as Lieutenant H.M.S. "Inconstant" (Egyptian 
medal, Khedive's bronze star and 4th-class Medjidie); 
Captain H.M.S. "Terrible" in South African War 
1899-1900; Commanding First Cruiser Squadron 
from 1907; created C. B. 12 March 1900, C.V.O. 
1902, and K.C.V.O. 10 February 1906; Hon. LL.D. 
Cambridge; A.D.C. to H.NL the King 1903-1905. 

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Amy Fridswede, born at 14 Chesham 
Place, London, on Monday, 27 June 
1870, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Edgar Sheppard, D.D., Sub- 
Dean of the Chapels Royal), on 
Friday, 10 August 1894, Francis 
Booker Fitzroy Cowper (eldest son 
of Francis Boynton Locke Cowper of 
London, Major 86th Foot, by Jane 
Cranstoun his wife, youngest dau. of 
Frederick Hayes Macnamara, of the 
52 nd Foot) ; born at Hans Place, 
London, on Wednesday, 22 October 
1851 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 
15 November 1870, called to the 
Bar 7 June 1873 ! ^ Member of the 
Oxford Circuit. =f= 
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Emily Rosa, born at Evesham, co. Worcester, 
4 July 1835, bapt. at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester; 
marr. at Charlton Kings, co. Gloucester (by the 
Rev. Hugh Bold, Rector of Llanfihangel-tal-y- 
Llyn, CO. Brecon), on Wednesday, 8 September 
1858, Richard William Banks of Ridgebourne, 
CO. Hereford (son of Richard Banks of Kington, 
CO. Hereford, by Esther his wife, dau. of William 
Davies of Bronllys Castle, co. Brecon) ; bom 
at Kington 22 February 18 19, bapt. there; 
J. P. for the counties of Hereford, Radnor and 
Brecon; died at Ridgebourne, aged 72, on 
Wednesday, 24 June 1891, bur. in the church- 
yard at Kington. Will dated 14 June 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1063, 91) 13 November 
1 89 1, by Emily Rosa Banks, relict, and ^^'illiam 
Hartland Banks, son, both of Ridgebourne, 
the Exors. = 



Anna Louisa, born at The Oaklands, 
Charlton Kings, 8 July 1840, bapt. at 
Charlton Kings ; marr. at the parish church 
there (by the Rev. Hugh Bold, Rector 
of Llanfihangel-tal-y-Llyn), on Thursday, 
17 July 1862, Walter John Coulson of 
1 7 Harley Street, London, F.R C.S. (son 
of John Coulson of Penzance, co. Cornwall, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Coulson 
of Penzance) : born at Penzance 21 March 
1835; died s.p. at 17 Harley Street, Lon- 
don, aged 54, on Friday, 30 August, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery 4 September 1889. 
Adiiion (with will undated) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 891, 89) 14 November 1889, 
to .'\nna Louisa Coulson of 1 7 Harley 
Street, London, relict, the universal legatee. 



Ernest Dixon Hartland of Hardwick= 
Court, Chepstow, co. Monmouth, 
F.S.A. ; born at The Oaklands, 
Charlton Kings, 23 February 1843, 
bapt. at Charlton Kings ; of Merton 
College, O.xford, matriculated 26 
November 1862, B.A. 1866, M.A. 
1869; J. P. for CO. Monmouth 1892. 



=Amy Georgina, 3rd dau. of Charles Manley Smith, a 
Master of the Supreme Court of Judicature, by 
Georgina Fanny, his wife, dau. of Robert Ibbetson, 
Governor of the Straits Settlements ; born 25 February 
1861 ; marr. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, London 
(by the Rt. Rev. Mandell Creighton, Bishop of London, 
assisted by the Rev. Ravenscroft Stewart, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 20 January 1897. 



Mary Grace, born at 5 Marine Parade, 
Bognor, co. Sussex, on Monday, 2 1 
September 1874; died unmarried at 
14 Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, 
London, on Saturday, 9 February 1895, 
bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London. 



Nora Gladys, born at 14 Chesham Place, Belgrave 
Square, London, at midnight on Saturday, 24 May 
1879 ; niarr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Edgar Sheppard, D.D., 
Sub-Dean of the Chapels Royal), on Tuesday, 
2 January 1900, Richard Bredan of the Imperial 
German Army. 



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(S^otoer of Cunbrilige lUells, co. 3ktnt. 



Arms. — Azure a chevron between tliree wolves' 

heads erased or. 
Crest. — A wolf's head erased or. 
Motto. — Frangas non flectes. 



Edward Gower of Leigh, co.^ 
Kent (2nd son of Edward and 
Jane Gower of Chiddingstone, 
CO. Kent) ; born at Chidding- 
stone 13 October 1791, bapt. 
privately (baptism registered 
at Chiddingstone) ; died at 
Leigh 1 1 May, bur. there 1 7 
May 1857. 



Qp <^Ce^t^tX<r^C> Xp^^^t'^-^T 



=Sarah Martha, dan. of . . and 
Sarah Peauly of Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex ; born in 
France in 1801 ; marr. at 
Penshurst, co. Kent, 20 No- 
vember 1819 ; died at Leigh 
26 November, bur. there 
2 December 1877. 




Anne, born at Leigh 

2 January, bapt. there 

3 February 1822 ; 
died at Crayford, co. 
Kent, n April, bur. 
there 14 April 1890. 



Sophia, born at Leigh 
25 January 1825, 
bapt. at the In- 
dependent Chapel, 
Tonbridge, co. Kent 
{Registers destroyed by 
fire) ; died unmarried 
at Leigh 23 Septem- 
ber, bur. there 26 
September 1857. 



Edward (jower= 
of Leigh ; born 
at Leigh 6 June, 
bapt. there 23 
July 1826; died 
at Speldhurst, 
CO. Kent, 2 May, 
bur. there 9 May 
1892. 



=Ellen, dau. of 
James Edwards of 
Brixton House, 
Langton, co. Kent ; 
marr. at Tonbridge 
25 July 1853; 
died at Speldhurst 
8 February, bur. 
there 15 February 
1883. 



Henry Gower of Wadhurst, co. 
Sussex; born at Leigh 2 June, 
bapt. there 13 July 1828; died 
unmarried at Wadhurst 15 No- 
vember, bur. there 18 November 
1898. Adiiion (with will dated 
8 Rlay 1897) was granted at the 
Principal Registry 16 June 1899, 
to Joshua Robert Gower, the 
guardian of Robert Vaughan 
Gower, nephew, the sole Exor. 



Jane, born at Leigh 6 June 1830, 
bapt. at the Independent Chapel, 
Tonbridge {Registers destroyed 
by fire) ; marr. at Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, 18 October 
1857, George Baker (son of 
William Baker) ; died at Charl- 
wood, CO. Surrey, 10 January, 
bur. there 14 January 1904. 



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Ambrose Alard Gower, bom at 
Leigh, CO. Kent, 15 September 
1831, bapt. at the Independent 
Chapel, Tonbridge, co. Kent 
{Jiegisters destroyed by fire) ; 
died at Leigh in infancy. 



William Gower of Southborough, 
CO. Kent ; born at Leigh i Oc- 
tober, bapt. at the Independent 
Chapel, Tonbridge, 18 November 
1832 ; marr. at Bidborough, co. 
Kent, 2 July 1855, Ellen Crundall 
of Bidborough. 



Joshua Robert Gower of= 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent ; 
bom at Leigh 5 January, 
bapt. at the Independent 
Chapel, Tonbridge, 1 6 March 
1834 ; Alderman of the 
Borough of Tunbridge Wells 
1904 to 1907 ; died at Tun- 
bridge Wells, aged 73, on 
Saturday, 10 August, bur. in 
the cemetery there 14 August 
1907. Will dated 13 May 
1907, proved at the Principal 
Registry 12 February 1908. 




=Kate, only dau. and coheir 
of John Fagge of Quarry 
Bank, Tonbridge, by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. of William 
Vaughan of Maidstone, co. 
Kent ; born at Rochester, 
CO. Kent, 25 September, 
bapt. there 8 December 
1850 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Tunbridge Wells, 3 July 
1879; died at Tunbridge 
Wells, aged 54, on Monday, 
3 April, bur. in the cemetery 
there on Friday, 7 April 1905. 



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Robert Vaughan Gower of Ferndale=j=Dorothy Susie Eleanor, only dau. and coheir of Herbert 



Lodge, Tunbridge Wells ; born at 
Tunbridge Wells 10 November 
1880, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Tunbridge Wells, 6 February 1881 ; 
admitted a Solicitor in November 
1904: F.R.G.S., F.R.Met.Soc. 



McClellan Wills of The Whim, Paignton, co. Devon, 
by Susannah his wife, dau. of John Henry Beale of 
Wimborne, co. Dorset, J. P. ; bom at Kensington, 
London, 19 March, bapt. at St. Mary's, West Kensington, 
1 1 July 1882 ; marr. at Holy Rood Church, Southampton, 
29 June 1907. 

{See Pedigree of Wills, page J2.) 



Dorothy Kate Susie Emily Vaughan, 
born at Tunbridge Wells 4 April, 
bapt. at St. James', Tunbridge Wells, 
3 ^lay 1908. 



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Mary Elizabeth, born 
at Leigh, co. Kent, 30 
May, bapt. at the 
Independent Chapel, 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, 
31 July 1836 ; died 
unmarried at Leigh 
10 May, bur. there 
13 May 1864. 



Frances, born at Leigh 
1 1 January 1838, bapt. 
at the Independent 



Tonbridge 

destroyed 

niarr. at 

CO. Sussex, 

863, John 



Chapel, 

{Registers 

by fire) ; 

Brighton, 

25 May 

Hensley of Brighton. 



I 



Elizabeth, born at Leigh 
II April 1839, bapt. at 
the Independent Chapel, 
Tonbridge {Registers des- 
troyed ly fire) ; niarr. at 
Tonbridge 10 October 
1864, William Humphrey ; 
died at Charlwood, co. 
.Surrey, 23 June, bur. in 
the cemetery at Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, 27 June 
1901. =r 

A 



James Gower, born 
at Leigh 22 No- 
vember 1 84 1, bapt. 
there i January 
1842 ; died un- 
married at Leigh 
5 March, bur. there 
8 March 1870. 



Edward Fagge Gower 
of Tunbridge Wells, 
F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. ; 
born at Tunbridge 
Wells II May, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Tun- 
bridge Wells, 20 
September 1882. 



Kate Marian Sarah, born at Tunbridge AV'ells 22 June 1883, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Tunbridge \\'ells, 2 July 1886 ; marr. at St. James', 
Tunbridge Wells, on Thursday, 20 August 1908 (marriage settlements 
dated 19 August 1908), Herbert Junius Allen Hardwicke of Tunbridge 
Wells, and of Crowborough, co. Sussex, younger son of Herbert Junius 
Hardwicke of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, M.I)., F.R.C.S., by 
Mary Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of William Allen of Wink 
House and Thurnscoe Grange, both co. York {see Pedigree of Allen, 
Vol. J, page 72); born at Sharrow, co. York, 12 August, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Sheffield, 2 October 1881 ; admitted a Solicitor November 
1904. 

{See Pedigree of Hardwicke, Vol. 4, page ijj.) 



Marguerite Cooper, born at Mildred Frances, born at Joshua Reginald Gower, 

Tunbridge Wells 10 June Tunbridge Wells 21 March, born at Tunbridge Wells 26 

1887, bapt. privately; died at bapt. at Holy Trinity, Tun- March, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 

Tunbridge Wells 21 February, bridge Wells, 29 May 1889 ; Tunbridge Wells, 19 June 

bur. in the cemetery there died at Tunbridge Wells 22 1891. 

24 February 1889. August, bur. in the cemetery 

there 26 August 1890. 




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Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Bendy wa\'j' of six argent gutte 
de poix and azure on a chief gules 
between two estoiles a fieur-de-lis or. 

Crest. — In front of an anchor in bend 
or a grj'phon's head erased gules. 

Motto. — Bien ou rien. 



^enlialL 



William Bendall of \Vidcombe,= 
Bath, CO. Somerset (eldest son 
of William Bendall of Dursley, 
CO. Gloucester, by Sarah 
Richards his wife) ; bom 3 
March 1778, bapt. at Dursley 
15 August 1786; died at 
2 Southcot Place, Bath, aged 59, 
bur. in (K. No. 3) family vault 
in the Baptist Burial Ground, 
Lyncombe Hill, \\'idcombe, 
Bath, 20 October 1837. Will 
proved at Wells, co. Somerset, 
6 March 1838. Portrait in 
nils in the possession of Samuel 
John Bendall, his grandson. 



rElizabeth Smith, born 
4 October 1781 ; 
marr. at Bath in 
1801 ; died, aged 46, 
bur. in (K. No. 3) 
family vault in 
the Baptist Burial 
Ground, Lyncombe 
Hill, \Vidcombe, 
Bath, 3 November 
1827. 



Ann, born at Dursley 
at 6.15 a.m. on 
Sunday, 25 July 
1802 ; marr. Henry 
Alexander. She died 
at Balham, co. Surrey, 
aged 80, 17 March 
1882. =p 
A 



Harriett, born at St. Phillip's Plane, 
Bristol, about 9.30 a.m. on Monday, 
16 April 1804; marr. at St. James', 
Bath, 14 August 1823, James 
Sheppard of Bath ; born 26 March 
1798; died, aged 47, 29 January, 
bur. in the Baptist Burial Ground, 
Lyncombe Hill, Widcombe, Bath, 
5 February 1846. ALL She died 
at 9 Southcot Place, Bath, 27 June 
1869, and was bur. in St. James' 
Cemetery, Bath. \\'ill dated 27 June 

1868, proved at Bristol 2 December 

1869. =7= 



Elizabeth, born in the parish 
of St. John's, Bristol, at 
8.10 p.m. on Thursday, 27 
ALirch 1806 ; marr. at St. 
James', Bath, 30 September 
1825, John Hibberd, who 
died, aged 35, and was bur. 
in the Baptist Burial Ground, 
Lyncombe Hill, Widcombe, 
Bath, II RLiy 1836. She 
marr. 2ndly Thomas Richards 
of Dursley. She died at 
Dursley, and was bur. there 
I February 1883. 

T 

A 



Denis Bendall, bom at 10 Arundel Square, 
Holloway, co. Middlesex, 14 December 187 1 ; 
drowned about 11 January 1S92 (body found in 
River Thames, near Kew Railway Bridge, 27 May 
following), bur. in the family grave in Abney Park 
Cemetery, London. ALL 



Dora, born at 10 Arundel Square, 
Holloway, 4 March 1873; died at 34 St. 
Mary's Road, Canonbury, co. Middlesex, 
14 January' 1874, bur. in the family 
grave in Abney Park Cemeterv, London. 
M.L 



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Mercy, born at 19 Westgate Street, Bath, co. Somerset, 
at 2.20 p.m. 4 January 1S08; marr. at Bath, 
circa 1826, George Hibberd of Bath, who died at 
8 North Parade, Bath, 6 February 1843, and was 
bur. in a vault under St. James' Church, Bath. 
She marr. 2ndly, George Lansdown, who was bur. 
at Bath. She died at 15 Orange Grove, Bath, 
23 October 1873, and was bur. in the Baptist Burial 
Ground, 1-yncombe Hill, Widcombe, Bath. 



I 



William Bendall of Geelong, Victoria, 
Australia (twin with Sarah) ; born at 
19 Westgate Street, Bath, at 8.45 p.m. 
on Friday, 7 July 1809; died at 
Geelong 14 March 1884. 



William Opie Bendall, born Other 
at Geelong in February 1859. i.ssue. 



Phoebe, younger dau. of Jame.s= 
Sheppard of Bath, by Harriet his 
wife, 2nd dau. uf William Bendall 
of Bath {see previous page) ; born 
at 7 Dorchester Street, in the 
parish of St. James', Bath, 29 
January 1842 ; marr. at Argyle 
Chapel, Bath (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Benjamin Opie Bendall of 
Stamford, co. Lincoln), on Tues- 
day, 7 January 1868 ; died at 
Somerset Villa, Broderick Road, 
Upper Tooting, co. Surrey, 30 
May, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, London, 3 June 1884. 
I St wife. 

(See Pedigree of Sheppard, 
page 188.) 



■Robert Smith Bendall= 
of Baskerville Road, 
Wandsworth Com- 
mon, CO. Surrey ; 
born at Forest Row, 
Dalston, co. Middle- 
sex, 19 March 1841. 



=Ellen Jane, eldest dau. of Walter 
Cundall of Southampton, by Sarah 
Martha his wife, dau. of William 
Hatch; born 27 May 1848; marr. at 
St. Ann's, Kew, co. Surrey, on Tues- 
day, 14 .April 1885. She marr. istly 
at Millbrook, co. Hants, 6 January 
1876, Thomas Pickard Adcock of 
Melton Mowbray, co. Leicester, who 
died 23 January 1884, and was bur. 
at Melton Mowbray. 2nd wife. 



cjM^ 



/^^y^ 






Arnold Bendall of= 
Montmoreau, Charente, 
France ; born at 34 St. 
Mary's Road, Canon- 
bury, CO. Middlesex, 27 
May 1874. 



=Jeanne Marie Louise Eugenie, Godfrey Bendall, born at 34 St. 
dau. of Jacques Rabier of Mary's Road, Canonbury, 7 De- 
Montmoreau ; born at Mont- cember, died there 10 December 
moreau 27 March 1876; marr. 1877, bur. in the family grave in 
there 9 August 1897. Abney Park Cemetery, London. 

M.L 



Maud, born at Les Myrandes, 
pres Montmoreau, 23 May 1898, 
registered at the British Con- 
sulate, La Rochelle, Charente 
Inf^rieure, 6 October 1900. 



Sidney Wilfred Bendall, bom at Harriett Alice, born 

Montmoreau 5 October 1900, at Montmoreau 29 

registered at the British Consulate, June 1907. 
La Rochelle, the next day. 



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Sarah (twin with \\ illiam) ; 
bom at 19 Westgate Street, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, at 
8.45 p.m. on Friday, 7 July 
1809; died at Widcombe 
Mill Cottage, co. Somerset, 
aged 15, 16 February, bur. 
in the Baptist Burial Ground, 
Lyncombe Hill, Widcombe, 
27 February 1825. 



Emma, born at Widcombe 
Mill Cottage at 5.50 a.m. on 
Sunday, 21 April 181 1; 
marr. Joseph Pegler. She 
died at Liverpool in June 
1862. =j= 



Robert Smith Bendall of= 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex ; 
horn at Stall Street, 
Bath, at 6.15 p.m. 21 
October 181 2 ; died at 
12 Mansfield Villas, Hamp- 
stead, aged 52, on Tuesday, 
21 February 1865, bur. in 
the family grave in Nun- 
head Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
M.I. 



=Elizabeth Kay, dau. of James 
Holmes of London : born in 
London 11 November 1818; 
marr. at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 2 January 1839; died at 
Rustington Hall, near Angmering, 
CO. Sussex, aged 79, 28 October 
1897, cremated at Woking, co. 
Surrey, the ashes being sub- 
sequently buried in her husband's 
grave in Nunhead Cemetery. M.L 




Theodora Bruce, born at Barnsbury Street, Islington, London, 29 September 1842 ; 
marr. at Heath Street Chapel, Hampstead, 7 January 1863, as his 2nd wife, Charles 
Alexandre de Selincourt of Rustington Hall, near Angmering, co. Sussex, and of Eversley, 
Balham, co. Surrey; bom in Paris 4 November 1835. He marr. istly, Sarah Ann Aylen, 
who died, aged 28, 21 December 1861, and was bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. He died at Rustington Hall, aged 65, on Saturday, 24 November, and 
was cremated at Woking, the ashes being subsequently interred in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 28 November 1900. Will dated 8 April 1891, proved in the Principal Registry 
4 February 1901. =j= 

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Roland Bendall, born at 6 Baskerville 
Road, Wandsworth Common, co. 
Surrey, 5 February, bapt. 19 Sep- 
tember 1886 ; an Associate of the 
Royal School of Mines, London, 
July 1906. 



Naomi, born at 6 Basker- 
ville Road, Wandsworth 
Common, 4 August 
1887, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Battersea, co. 
Surrey. 



Guy Mowbray Bendall, 
born at 6 Basker\ille Road, 
Wandsworth Common, 28 
October 188S, bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Battersea, 28 April 
1889. 



43 



Mary, born at the 
Old Bridge, Bath, co. 
Somerset, at 7.15 p.m. 
on Monday, 4 July 
1814; marr. at St. 
James', Bath, 13 
July 1835, Edwin 
Holloway. 

I 



Alfred Bendall of Cleveland= 
House, Shortlands, co. Kent ; 
born at the Old Bridge, 
Bath, at 1.55 p.m. on Friday, 
23 February 1816; died at 
Cleveland House, Shortlands, 
aged 68, on Monday, 1 1 August, 
bur. in the cemetery at Bromley, 
CO. Kent, 15 August 1884. 



=Sarah Harriette, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
Christian Manley of Hatton Garden, 
London, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
T. Smith of Ingatestone, co. Essex ; 
born 25 May 1819; marr. by licence 
at St. George's, Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, i August 1845; died at Cleve- 
land House, Shortlands, in her 74th 
year, on Tuesday, 25 April 1893, bur. 
in the cemetery at Bromley. 



Ernest Alfred Bendall of 37 Princes=j=Caroline Agnes, eldest dau. of \\'illiam Welden 



Square, Bayswater, London ; born 
at Glengall Terrace, Old Kent 
Road, London, 31 .August 1846; of 
the Paymaster-General's Department, 
Whitehall, London. 



Chatterley of 16 Montague Place, Clapham Road, co. 
Surrey; marr. at St. Stephen's, Albert Square, Clapham 
Road (by the Rev. Jonathan Holt Titcomb), on 
Tuesday, 17 November 1868. 



Maud, born at Radcliffe Cottage, Perry Hill, Catford Bridge, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 29 September 1869; died through 
an accident while riding, aged 16, on Monday, 21 June 1886, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 



Manley Forbes Bendall of=j=Marie Blanche Elizabeth, dau. of Nicolas Chrisman of Achain, 



Bordeaux, Gironde, France ; 
born at Watts' Terrace, Old 
Kent Road, London, 27 
April 1844. 



Germany, by Anne Emma his wife, dau. of Elis^e Rochefort ; 
born at 17 Rue de la Course, Bordeaux, 24 November 1853; 
marr. at the Mairie, Bordeaux, i April, and at the Temple 
des Chartrons, Bordeaux, 3 April 1875. 



Nicolas Manley Bendall of Bordeaux ; born at Bordeaux Mabel, born Mildred, born 

17 January 1876; General Secretary of the Societe at Bordeaux at Bordeaux 

d'Oceanographie du Golfe de Gascognej created Knight of 15 September 27 November 

the Order of St. Charles of Monaco 9 July 1905 ; named 1878. 1891. 
Officier d'Academie by the French Government 14 September 
1907. 



44 



Charlotte Augusta, bom at Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath, co. Somerset, at 4.25 a.m. on 
Wednesday, 19 November 181 7; marr. . . Hoare. 

A 



Herbert Bendall of 37 Norfolk Street, Strand,= 
London, and of Aden House, Kew, co. 
Surrey ; born at Glengall Terrace, Old Kent 
Road, London, 10 July 1848; Exhibitioner of 
Dulwich College and Scholar of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1867, B.A. (7th Classic) 1871, M.A. 
1874; Vice-Principal of Liverpool College 
1873-87, Head Master of Blackheath School 
1887-94. 



=Isabel, youngest dau. of Henry Bake of 
Heaton Mersey, co. Lancaster, Civil Engineer, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of Peter Flint of 
Hartington, co. Derby, M.D. ; born at 
Barton-on-Humber, co. Lincoln ; marr. at St. 
James', New Brighton, co. Chester (by the 
Rev. Edward Carus Selwyn, Principal of 
Liverpool College, assisted by the Rev. 
William Edward Torr, Vicar of Eastham, 
CO. Chester, and the Rev. Edgar Stockdale, 
Curate-in-Charge), on Wednesday, 28 July 
1886. 



I 
Alfred William Bendall, born at 10 Stapland Road, 
Broad Green, co. Lancaster, on Tuesday, 22 March, 
bapt. privately (by the Rev. Frank Joseph Powell, 
Vicar of Knotty Ash, co. Lancaster) 28 March 1887 ; 
died at Lee, co. Kent, aged 1 1 months, on Thursday, 
I March, bur. in Lee Cemetery 3 March 1S88. 



John Manley Bendall, born at 
7 Lansdowne Road, Lee, on Tues- 
day, 4 March, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lee (by the Rev. Frederick Henry 
Law, the Rector), on Easter Day, 
6 April 1890; Scholar of St. Paul's 
School, West Kensington, London. 



Jessica Elizabeth, of New 
Zealand ; born at Watts' 
Terrace, Old Kent Road, 
London, 11 October 1845 ! 
marr. at Streatham, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 25 
May 1875, I^r- Wardale, 
who died s.p. 



Florence Mary, born at 
Watts' Terrace, Old Kent 
Road, London, 16 June 
1848; died there 29 De- 
cember 1849, bur. in her 
father's grave at Nunhead 
Cemetery, CO. Surrey. M.L 



Wilfred Ellington Bendall of Baker 
Street, London ; born at Watts' 
Terrace, Old Kent Road, London, 
22 April 1850: educated at Leipziger 
Conservatorium 1871-73; Professor 
at the Guildhall School of Music 
1888-1904 ; Secretary to Sir Arthur 
Sullivan for five years until his death. 



45 



Rev. Benjamin Opie Bendall, born at=j=Emma, 2nd dau. of Thomas Campin Newman 



Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath, co. Somerset, 
at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday, 4 July 1819; 
Minister of Star Lane Chapel, Stamford, co. 
Lincoln ; died at Stamford, aged 82, on 
Friday, 15 March, bur. there 20 March 1901. 



of Fallow Lodge, Finchley, co. Middlesex ; 
born 22 January 1819; marr. at The Chapel, 
East Finchley, 16 November 1843; died at 
Stamford, in her 73rd year, on Thursday, 4 June, 
bur. there 8 June 1891. 



Sydney Bendall of 12= 
Cambridge Road, Barnes, 
CO. Surrey ; born at 
2 Hampshire Terrace, Cam- 
den New Town, London, 
6 January 1850. 



C*c<£JU2^^C) • 




^Gertrude Kate, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Smith Mackarness, 
Vicar of Ash-next-Sandwich, co. 
Kent, and grand-daughter of James 
Robinson Planche, Somerset 
Herald ; born at the Rectory, 
Dymchurch, co. Kent, 10 July, 
bapt. at Dymchurch 3 August 
1856; marr. at Tenterden, co. 
Kent (by her uncle, the Rt. 
Rev. George Richard Mackarness, 
Bishop of Argyll, assisted by the 
Rev. Thomas Arnold Carr, Vicar 
of Cranbrook, co. Kent), on 
Tuesday, 12 October 1875. 



Effie Marie, born at 5 High- 
field Terrace, Camden Town, 
London, 20 September 1851 ; 
marr. by licence at St. Paul's, 
Rockhampton, Queensland, 
Australia (by the Rev. William 
Alfred Diggens), on Monday, 
29 January 1883, to Sidney 
Herbert Baylis of The Home- 
stead, Grouville, Jersey (2nd 
son of ^\'illiam Holland Haylis 
of Gladestry, Kington, co. 
Hereford, by Alice Maria 
Seegood his wife) ; born at 
Yarcombe, co. Devon. 



Reginald Sydney Mackarness 
Bendall, born at 6 South 
Parade, South Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 26 June 
1876; died there, aged 18 
days, on Thursday, 13 July, 
bur. in Bronipton Cemetery, 
London, 17 July 1876. 



Bertie Mackarness Bendall, 
born at 6 Royal Avenue, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Sunday, 18 March 1877, 
and died the same day, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. 



Gladys Catherine, born at 45 
TheChase, Clapham Common, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 20 
November 1878; died there, 
aged 12 weeks, on Wednesday, 
12 February, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, 15 
February 1879. 



Rupert Planche Bendall of Byworth,=j=Ethel Gladys May, 2nd dau. of Stanley Carr Boulter of 



Roehampton, co. Surrey; born at 56 
The Chase, Clapham Common, on 
Tuesday, 12 September, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Clapham, 26 September 1882; 
educated at the City of London School. 



Garston Park, Godstone, co. Surrey, J. P., by Edith 
Anderson his wife; born at Bayswater, London, 21 May 
1883 ; marr. at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London 
(by the Rev. Edgar Sheppard, D.D., C.V.O., Sub-Dean), 
20 April 1907. 



Elizabeth Planch^, born at Byworth, 
Roehampton, 18 April, bapt. at the parish 
church, Roehampton, 16 May 1908. 



Gerard Bendall of Fore Street, 
London, and of Thames View, 
Leigh-on-Sea, co. Essex ; born 
at Watts' Terrace, Old Kent 
Road, London, 1 1 February 
1852. 



Howard Bendall, born at Upper Street, Islington, London, 
9 October 1854; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1880, M.D. Edin. 1882 
(awarded the Syme Memorial Surgical Fellowship and 
Gold Medal, Edinburgh, 1882); died at 9 Titchfield 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, in his 32nd year, on 
Thursday, 18 June 1885, bur. in the family grave in 
Nunhead Cemetery, co. Surrey. M.L 

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Joseph Richards Bendall of=j=Emma, 4th dau. of Thomas Christian Manley, by Sarah 
4 Kennington Cross, Kennington, his wife ; bom at Mortimer Terrace, Kentish Town, co. 



CO. Surrey ; bom at Widcombe Mill 
Cottage, Bath, co. Somerset, at 
11.20 p.m. on Tuesday, 11 July 
1820; died at Kennington Cross, 
aged 42, 10 July 1862, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
M.I 



Middlese.x, i August 1825 ; marr. at the Congregational 
Church, Holloway, co. Middlesex (by the Rev. Benjamin 
Opie Bendall), 3 July 1850; died at Broderick Road, 
Upper Tooting, co. Surrey, aged 64, on Monday, 
30 September, bur. in Norwood Cemetery on Friday, 
4 October 1889. M.I. 



As 



(See page 4p). 



Opie Newman Bendall of 9 Old Broad Street,=j=Martha Alice, youngest dau. of Nathaniel 



London, and of Marine Parade, Brighton, co. 
Sussex ; born at Kingswood, co. Gloucester, 
15 August 1844: died at Brighton, aged 58, 
on Monday, 15 September, bur. in Marylebone 
Cemetery, Finchley, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 
19 September 1902. 



Whisson of Finchley; born 6 April 1847; 
marr. at. St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London (by her cousin, the Rev. Stephen 
Phillips, Precentor of Peterborough), on 
Tuesday, 6 April 1880. 



Dorothy Opie, born at Finchley on Friday, 
7 January, died there, aged 6 months, on 
Tuesday, 2 August 1881, bur. in Marylebone 
Cemetery, Finchley. 



Cecil Bendall, born at Upper Street, Islington, London,= 
I July 1856 ; entered City of London School in 
1869, gaining the Carpenter Scholarship in 1871, 
and the Broderers' Scholarship in 1875 ,• of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1875, Scholar of Caius College 1878, Fellow 1879, 
B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882 (ist-class Classical Tripos and 
ist-class Indian Languages Tripos) ; of the Oriental 
Department, British Museum, 1882-98; Professor of 
Sanskrit at University College, London, 1885- 1903, 
Professor of Sanskrit, Cambridge, 1903 ; Hon. Fellow of 
Caius College, Cambridge, and a Member of the Council 
of the Royal Asiatic Society ; named Oflficier d' Academic 
by the French Government shortly before his death ; 
Author of "The Megha-Sutra," 1880, "A Journey of 
Literary and Archaeological Research in Nepal," 1886, 
" Tantrakhyana, a Collection of Indian Tales," 1888, 
"On Pali Inscriptions from Magadha," 1895, and other 
works ; died s.p. at Liverpool, aged 49, on Wednesday, 
14 March, bur. in Huntingdon Road Cemetery, 
Cambridge, on Monday, 19 March 1906, service at Caius 
College, Cambridge. 



=Georgette, 2nd 
dau. of Joseph 
Georges Ignace 
Jung, by .'\delaide 
Apt^ his wife ; 
born at Schir- 
meek (Vosges), 
Lorraine, 24 Jan- 
uary 1853 ; marr. 
at the Registry 
Office, Kingston, 
CO. Surrey, on 
AV'ednesday, 29 
June 1898. She 
marr. istly George 
Andrew ^Iosse of 
Cowley Hall, co. 
Middlesex, who 
died at Brighton. 



Edith, born at 
Upper Street, 
Islington, Lon- 
don, 24 July 
1 858; died there 
4 March 1876, 
bur. in the family 
grave at Nun- 
head Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey. M.I. 



47 



Frederic Bendall, born= 
at Widcombe Mill 
Cottage, Bath, co. 
Somerset, at 5.30 p.m. 
on Monday, 4 Novem- 
ber 1822 ; died s.p. 
19 April igoo, bur. at 
Hastings, co. Sussex. 



=Sophia Sarah, eldest dau. of F. B. Baron 
of 37 Clissold Road, Stoke Newington, 
CO. Middlese.x ; marr. at Abney Church, 
Stoke Newington (by the Rev. W. Spensley, 
assisted by the Rev. Benjamin Opie Bendall), 
on Tuesday, i August 1871 ; died 25 
December 1899, bur. at Hastings. 



John Smith Bendall, 
born at Widcombe 
Mill Cottage, Hath, at 
2 p.m. on Tuesday, 15 
February 1825; died 
unmarried at New 
York, U.S.A., aged 27. 



Emma Alice, born at Kingswood, co. Gloucester, 16 
August 1848; marr. at the Congregational Chapel, 
Stamford, co. Lincoln, on Tuesday, 5 August 1882, 
Robert Luke of Carlton House, The Firs, Bowdon, 
CO. Chester (son of William Luke of Penmachno, co. 
Carnarvon, by Jane his wife); born at Oundle, 
CO. Northampton, 18 August 1839. 



Maria Louisa, born 
at Kingswood 2 
xMay 1850; died 
I Jvlarch 1 85 1, bur. 
at Kingswood. 



Margaret Sophia, 
of Carlton House, 
Bowdon ; horn at 
Kingswood 23 July 
1851. 



Walter Cecil Bendall of=j=Evelyn Margarita, 2nd dau. of William Martin 



Hestercombe, Harpenden, 
CO. Hertford ; born at 
Stamford 31 May 1853. 



Filder of Jevington Place, co. Sussex, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Nathaniel Whisson of Finchley, 
CO. Middlesex; marr. at the parish church, 
Yalding, co. Kent (by the Rev. David Lamplugh, 
the Vicar), on Saturday, 3 July 1886. 



Gladys Filder, born at Inverewe, 
North Finchley, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 19 April 1887. 



Campin Wilson 
Bendall, born at 
Stamford 3 Feb- 
ruary 1864 ; died 
30 October 1870, 
bur. at Stamford. 



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48 




Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Bendy wavy of six argent 
and sable on a chief gules a dexter 
hand couped at the wrist between 
two estoiles or. 

Crest. — A griffin's head erased 
bendy wavy of six argent and sable 
gorged with a collar gules charged 
with three estoiles or. 



iScntialL 



Joseph Richards Beiidall of 4=j=Enima, 4th dau. of Thomas 



Kennington Cross, Kennington, 
CO. Surrey (5th son of William 
Uendall of W'idcombe, co. Somer- 
set, by Elizabeth Smith his wife ; 
bom at Widcombe Mill Cottage, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, at n.20 p.m. 
on Tuesday, 11 July 1820; died 
at Kennington Cross, aged 42, 
10 July 1862, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey. M.I. 

(&f page 47.) 



Christian Manley, by Sarah his 
wife ; born at Mortimer Terrace, 
Kentish Town, co. Middlesex, 
I August 1825 ; marr. at the 
Congregational Church, Holloway, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. 
Benjamin Opie Bendall), 3 July 
1850; died at Broderick Road, 
Upper Tooting, co. Surrey, aged 
64, on Monday, 30 September, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery on 
Friday, 4 October 1889. M.I. 



Ada Josephine, 
born at 4 Ken- 
nington Cross 
9 June 1853. 



Frank Manley Ben-= 
dall of Cotherstone 
Road, Streatham 
Hill, CO. Surrey ; 
born at 4 Kenning- 
ton Cross 3 July 
1856, bapt. at St. 
Mary, Newington, 
CO. Surrey. 



=Agnes Ellington, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. James Richard.son 
of Bures, co. Essex, by Eliia- 
beth his wife, dau. of Richard 
Ellington of Mildenhall, co. 
Suffolk; born 4 April 1866, 
bapt. at St. Germains, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent ; marr. at 
St. Leonard's, Streatham, on 
Saturday, 15 February 1890. 



Marion Ada, born at 
Streatham on Friday, 
31 October 1890, 
bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Streatham. 



Frances Elizabeth, 
born 2 February 
1S92, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Streat- 
ham. 



Katherine Emma, 
born 4 August 
1893, bapt. at St. 
Alban's, Streatham 
Park. 



Phyllis May, born 
4 May 1898, 
bapt. at Christ 
Church, Streatham 
Hill. 



Ethel Barbara, 
born 8 December 
1899, bapt. at 
Christ Church, 
Streatham Hill. 



Samuel John Bendall of= 
The Tower, Henley-on- 
Thames, CO. Oxford ; 
born at 4 Kennington 
Cross 3 November 1858, 
bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newington. 



=Ellen, dau. of William Stone of Myddelton Square, 
London, by Susannah Margaretta his wife, dau. of 
Edward Bluck of Ludlow, co. Salop ; born at 
Cottage Place, Cottage Lane, London, 21 April 
1855, bapt. at St. Matthew's, City Road, London ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Battersea, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. John Toone, the Vicar), on Saturday, 
29 December 1883. 



Philip Manley Bendall, 
born at Studland, 
Greyhound Lane, Streat- 
ham, on Friday, 24 
October 1884, bapt. 
at Immanuel Church, 
Streatham Common. 



Geoffrey Skeat Manley 
Bendall, born at Stud- 
land, Greyhound Lane, 
.Streatham, 2 October 
1886, bapt. at St. 
Alban's, Streatham Park. 



Martin Bendall, born 
at 4 Kennington Cross 
14 November i860 ; 
died, aged 18 months, 
2 June, bur. in Nor- 
wood Cemetery 9 
June 1862. 



Margaret Emma, born 
at Studland, Greyhound 
Lane, Streatham, 25 
February 1889, bapt. at 
St. Alban's, Streatham 
Park. 



Helen Mary, bom 
at Dursley, Norbury, 
CO. Surrey, 9 Jan- 
uary 1898, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, South 
Streatham. 



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i^arsl). 



Thomas Marsh of Mulgrave Place, Woolwich, = 
CO. Kent, and of the Quarter-Master- 
General's Department, Horse Guards (son 
of [ohn Marsh of Greenwich, co. Kent, 
by Mary Stratton his 2nd wife) ; born in 
1794; died, aged 61, 22 June, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Woohvich, 26 June 1855. Will 
dated 7 March 1855, proved (P.C.C. 627, 55) 
13 July 1855, by Jane Marsh, relict, and 
Arthur Perry Bovver, nephew. 



=Jane, dau. of Robert 
Colquhoun of Vincent 
Square, Westminster ; 
marr. istly . . Morgan. 
.She died at Bessborough 
Street, Pinilico, London, 
aged 75, 7 January, and 
was bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 9 
January 1872. M.L 



Bower Marsh of Boley Hill, Rochester, co. Kent ,- 
born 7 March 1835; Solicitor; died at Boley Hill, 
Rochester, aged 30, on Tuesday, 26 December 1865, 
bur. in St. Nicholas' Cemetery, Rochester, i January 
1866. Will dated 24 December 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 795, 66) 19 December 1866, by Ada Frances 
Marsh of Boley Hill, Rochester, relict, and Arthur 
Perry Bower, gent., the Exors. 




=Ada Frances, dau. of John Jalland of 
20 St. George's Square, Pinilico, 
London, by Anne his wife, dau. of 
William Bolden, Citi^en and Dyer of 
London; born 11 July, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Lambeth, co. Surrey, 6 August 
1837; marr. at Holy Trinity, West- 
minster, on Thursday, lo May i860; 
died at 26 Portland Road, Bishops 
Stortford, co. Hertford, aged 66, on 
Saturday, 9 January, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Bishops Stortford 12 January 
1904. Will dated 9 November 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 79, 1904) 29 
January 1904, by Alban Bower Marsh 
and Bower .\L'irsh, sons, the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Jalland, Vol. 12, 
page 58) 



KJu^Vt^ cr ^A^a^A..dMj 



Alban Bower Marsh of= 
BurwoodjNormanton Road, 
Croydon, co. Surrey ; born 
3 March, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Rochester, 31 
March 1861 ; educated at 
the King's School, Roches- 
ter, Foundation Scholar 
1874-77 ; admitted a 
Solicitor in January 1890. 



=Emily Jane, only dau. of William John 
Daniel Bryant, Head Master of Judd 
Commercial School, Tonbridge, co. 
Kent, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
William Thear; born at Battersea, co. 
Surrey, 6 March, bapt. at the parish 
church, Battersea, in April 1862 ; 
marr. at the parish church, Tonbridge, 
16 August 1894. 



Mary Colquhoun, born at 
86 Lansdowne Gardens, 
Croydon, 13 May, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Croydon, 
2 July 1896. 



Ella Frances Jalland, born 
at 19 Fairfield Road, 
Croydon, 13 July, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Croydon, 
21 September 1899. 



Ethel Bower, of Queen 
Margaret's School, Scar- 
borough, CO. York ; born 
14 December 1862, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Rochester, 1 1 January 
1863 ; Secretary of 
Queen Margaret's School, 
Scarborough. 



5° 



Elizabeth, born 5 December 1838, bapt. at the parish church, Woolwich, co. Kent, i May 1839; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Westminster, 28 January 1864, Horace Besant (2nd son of \\"illiam 
Besant of Portsea, co. Hants, by Sarah Ediss his wife, of Beaulieu, co. Hants) ; born at Portsea 
5 December, bapt. there 26 December 1834; died at 19 The Terrace, Kennington, co. Surrey, 
aged 59, 4 October, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 8 October 1894. Will dated 
II March 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 3, 95) 7 January 1895, by George Holme Bower 
and Alban Bower Marsh, the Exors. She died at Chichester Street, Pimlico, London, 
25 November 1864, and was bur. in Norwood Cemetery. 

T 
A 



Laura Bower, of 
26 Portland Road, 
Bishops Stortford, 
CO. Hertford; born 
5 October, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Rochester, co. 
Kent, 2 November 
1864. 




Bower Marsh of 73 York Mansions,= 
Battersea Park, co. Surrey ; born 
25 January, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Rochester, 1 1 March 1 866 ; educated 
at Christ's Hospital and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 23 Oc- 
tober 1885, Scholar 1885, B.A. 1889 
(2nd-class Mathematics, Mods, and 
2nd-class Modern History). Chalk 
Draiving, by Sir Charles Holroyd, at 
7J York Mansions. 



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=Gertrude, younger dau. of William 
Holroyd of Leeds, co. York, by 
Lucy his wife (see page 62), 
dau. of Henry Woodthorpe of 
Aveley, co. Essex ; born at 19 
Brunswick Place, Leeds, 20 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at the parish church, 
Leeds, 1 6 May 1 866 ; marr. at 
All Saints', Battersea Park, 20 
August 1 90 1. Oii Painting, 
by Lady Holroyd, at y^ York 
Mansions. 

{See Pedigree of Holroyd, 
Vol. 12, page 22.) 



Celia Bower, bom at Bishops Stortford 
6 June, bapt. at All Saints', Battersea Park, 
15 July 1902. Portrait in Pastels, by 
Miss Mary V. Wheelhouse, at yj York 
Mansions. 



Basil Bower NLirsh, born at 73 York 
Mansions, Battersea Park, 16 De- 
cember 1907, bapt. at All Saints', 
Battersea Park, 18 January 1908. 



(/(J/f^^ ^. '^.^t^^^ 



lEalkr of iSI])tl) Hall, to. J^ottrngljam. 




Henry Walker of BIyth Hall, co.= 
Nottingham, and of Clifton Park and 
Eastwood House, both co. York (son 
of Joshua Walker of Blyth Hall and 

Clifton Park, Lieut. -Colonel Rother- 
ham Rifle Volunteers, by Susanna 



fu^ a 



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Anns on record in the College of 
Arms. — Argent on a chevron gules 
between two anvils in chief and an 
anchor in base sable a bee between two 
crescents or. 

Crest. — A mount thereon a serpent 
encircling a dove all proper. 

Motto. — Juncti valemus. 



his wife, sister of Lieut.-General 
Samuel Need of Fountain Dale, co. 
Nottingham) ; born at Clifton Park 
3 February 1785; Lieut. -Colonel 
'I'ickhill Regiment of the West Riding 
Militia; J. P., D.L. and High Sheriff 
for CO. Nottingham ; died at his resi- 
dence, Clifton Park, in his 75th year, 
on Thursday, 19 January, bur. in the 
family mausoleum at Masbrough, co. 
York, 23 January i860. Will dated 
8 May 1858, with codicil dated 20 
August 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 
353, 60) 5 May i860, by Joshua 
Walker of 40 Upper Harley Street, 
London, brother, and Arthur Abney 
Walker of Edinburgh, son, two of 
the Exors. 



=Elizabeth (his cousin), 
only dau. of Ed- 
ward Abney (formerly 
d'Albini) of Measham 
Hall, CO. Derby (see 
Pedigree of Abney, 
Vol. 12, page 150), by 
Hephzibah his 2nd 
wife, sister of Lieut.- 
General Samuel Need 
of Fountain Dale; 
marr. at Melbourne, co. 
Derby, 8 September 
1806; died at Clifton 
Park on Saturday, 9 
February, bur. in the 
family mausoleum at 
Masbrough 13 February 
1850. 




^ 



.^-^ 



Lieut. -Colonel Henry Frederick Walker of Blyth Hall and of= 
Clifton Park and Eastwood House ; born at Eastwood House 
10 September 1807, bapt. at Melbourne; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 3 February 1826 ; Lieut.-Colonel Royal 
Horse Guards Blue, afterwards of the 17th Lancers; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Nottingham, High Sheriff; died at Blyth Hall, 
aged 59, on Sunday, 11 November, bur. in the family mausoleum 
at Masbrough 15 November 1866. Will dated 24 November 
1858, with two codicils dated respectively 13 June 1864 and 
28 May 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 61, 67) 11 January 1867, 
by Thomas Streatfield Lightfoot of 54 Eaton Square, London, 
and Philip Ainslie Walker of Horton Manor, Colnbrook, co. 
Buckingham, the Exors. 



=Ellen Howard, of Portland Place, 
London; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 
19 August 1833; died at Blyth 
Hall on Wednesday, 30 Januarv 
1889, bur. at Blyth. ' \\"\\\ 
dated 12 April 1884, proved at 
Nottingham 31 May 1889, by 
Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Weldon 
and Helena Rachel Louise 
Weldon (wife of Thomas), both 
of 196 Earl's Court Road, South 
Kensington, London, the Exors. 



Elizabeth, born at Blyth Hall in 
October 1834 ; died there in August 
1838, bur. in the family mausoleum 
at Masbrough. 



Frederick Albert Walker, born at Blyth 
Hall in 1S36: died there 8 February 
1837, bur. in the family mausoleum at 
Masbrough. 



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I 

Caroline Elizabeth, born at Blyth Hall, Nottingham, 
21 August 1808; marr. 3 January 1832, John Ashton 
Case of Thingwall Hall and Ince Hall, co. Lancaster, 
and of Papplewick Hall, co. Nottingham (only son of 
Thomas Case of 'rhingwall Hall and Ince Hall, J. P. 
and D.L., by Jane Sarah his wife, only dau. and coheir 
of Edward Holt of Ince Hall) ; born 9 February 1804 ; 
died at Scarborough, co. York, aged 51, on Thursday, 
20 September 1855, bur. at Childwall, co. Lancaster. 
Will dated 14 May 1850, with two codicils dated 
respectively 11 March 1852 and 8 September 1855, 
proved (P.C.C. 901, 55) 12 November 1855, by 
Arthur Le Blanc, one of the Exors. She died at 1 2 
Clifton Crescent, Folkestone, co. Kent, in her 76th 
year, on Wednesday, 31 October, and was bur. at 
Cheriton, co. Kent, 3 November 1883. Will dated 
5 June 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 887, 83) 28 November 
1883, by John Grant Morris of Allerton Priory, 
Woolton, CO. Lancaster, the sole Exor. 



Emily, bom at Eastwood House, co. 
York, 19 May 181 1, bapt. at Mas- 
brough, CO. York (baptism registered 
at Wentworth, co. Y'ork) ; marr. at 
Rotherham, co. York (by the Rev. 
Thomas Trebeck, Rector of Chailey, 
CO. Sussex), on Wednesday, 12 
September 1838, Thomas Streatfeild 
Lightfoot of Crowle, co. Lincoln, and 
of Sevenoaks, co. Kent (eldest son of 
Thomas Lightfoot of Old Burlington 
Street, London, and of Sevenoaks) ; 
educated at Eton and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 8 June 
1825, aged 17, B.A. 1829, M.A. 
1832; Barrister-at-Law of the Middle 
Temple 1833. She died s.p. on 
Wednesday, 12 February 1845. 



A 



Henry Wotton Mary Anne Francts,= 
Walker, born at only child of William 
Innerleithen, co. Carr of Newton 
Peebles, 21 May Heath, co. Lancaster, 
1848; died at afterwards of Moor- 
Clifton Park, CO. land House, Leek, 
York, 1 1 April, co. Stafford ; born 
bur. in the family at Clayton Bridge, 
mausoleum at co. Lancaster, 15 
Masbrough, co. December 1853 ; 
York, 15 April marr. at Manchester 
1855. Cathedral (by the 

Rev. Joseph Newton 
Smith of Stratford- 
on-Avon, co. \\'arwick, her cousin, 
assisted by the Rev. W. Hutchinson, 
Rector of Newton Heath) on Wed- 
nesday, 13 January 1875 ; died at 
Bayswater, London, 2 May 1897, 
bur. at Chiswick, co. Middlesex. 
I St wife. 



=Arthur Edward= 
Walker of Charles 
Road, St. Leo- 
nard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex ; bom at 
Innerleithen 27 
July 1 85 1, bapt. 
at Abercom, co. 
Linlithgow, 29 
August 1852. 



=Kate, eldest dau. of George Henry 
Longridge Hawks of Laverick Hall, 
CO. Durham, afterwards of Red- 
heugh Hall, Gateshead, CO. Durham, 
Colonel South Durham Militia and 
Durham \'olunteers, by Eleanor 
his wife, dau. of William King 
Eddowes of Derwentcote House, 
CO. Durham, M.D., and grand- 
daughter of George Hawks of 
Redheugh Hall, Gateshead, J. P. 
and D.L. ; born at Laverick Hall; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 8 June 
1899. 2nd wife. 



Artiiur Abney Walker, born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
9 December, bapt. at Christ Church, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, 24 December 1900; died at St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea 26 February, bur. in the cemetery at Ore, co. 
Sussex, 2 March 1903. 



Edward Abney Walker of Gwydyr Mansions,=Florence Honor, dau. of ^\"illiam Henry 
Hove, CO. Sussex; born at 25 Aldridge Road Hamley of Bayswater, London, by Susannah 
Villas, Westbourne Park, London, on Sunday, his wife, dau. of John \Vard ; marr. at 
26 December 1875, bapt. at Holy Trinity, St. Mary -of-the- Angels, Bayswater, on 
Wandsworth, co. Surre)', 3 March 1876. Tuesday, 12 January 1904. 



53 



Elizabeth Emily Henrietta, dau.= 
of George Anderson of Carlow, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Robert 
Kelly of Monasterevan, co. Kil- 
dare ; born 20 December 1815; 
marr. at Edmonton, co. Middlesex, 
on Monday, 26 April 1841 ; died 
at Clifton Park, co. York, 1 7 
March, bur. in the family mauso- 
leum at Masbrough, co. York, 
21 March 1842. ist wife. 



Elizabeth Edith, born at 
Clifton Park 12 March 
1842, bapt. at the parish 
church, Rotherhaui, co. 
York. 



=Arthur Abney Walker of Beech= 
Lodge, Wimbledon Common, 
CO. Surrey, M.D. ; born at Blyth 
Hall, CO. Nottingham, 24 April 
1820, bapt. at St. John's Chapel, 
Bedford Row, London (baptism 
registered at the parish church, 
Rotherham, co. York); M.D. 
Edin. He marr. 3rdly at Broad- 
stairs, CO. Kent (by the Rev. 
Alfred Whitehead), on Monday, 
2 September 1889, Margaret, 
2nd dau. of Andrew Main of 
Kelso, CO. Roxburgh. He died 
at Chateau d'Oex, Canton Vaud, 
Switzerland, 1 1 July, and was 
bur. there 14 July 1894. 



Jsabella, dau. of John 
Robertson of Edinburgh; 
marr. at the Free 
Church, in the parish of 
Kilchattan and Kilbran- 
don, CO. Argyll, 2 July 
1846. She marr. istly 
the Rev. J. B. Hay 
of North Berwick, co. 
Haddington. She died 
suddenly at Portobello, 
CO. Edinburgh, on Fri- 
day, 27 July, and 
was bur. in Warriston 
Cemetery, Edinburgh 31 
July 1 888. 2nd wife. 



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Frederick John Walker of= 
Carlton Mansions, Portsdown 
Road, London ; born at 
Innerleithen, co. Peebles, 
6 March 1853, bapt. there; 
educated at Edinburgh 
Academy and at Trinity Col- 
lege, Glenalmond, co. Perth. 



=Ethel Mary, dau. of Richard Huntley King of Warkworth, co. 
Northumberland, by Anne Elizabeth his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Ilderton, Vicar and Patron of Ilderton, co. Northumber- 
land ; bom 8 April 1864 ; marr. at the parish church, Wallsend, 
CO. Northumberland (by the Rev. Canon Thomas Ilderton, 
her grandfather, assisted by the Rev. Richard Jenkyns, the 
Rector), on Thursday, 1 7 April 1 884. 



Olivia Constance Ilderton, born at 4 Neville 
Street, Onslow Gardens, London, on Friday, 
8 May 1885, bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London. 



Florence Isabel, born at 7 Longridge Road, 
London, on Saturday, 18 August 1888, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Earl's Court Road, London. 



Cecil Norman Walker= 
of Blyth Lodge, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex ; born 
at 25 Aldridge Road 
Villas, Westbourne Park, 
London, on Wednes- 
day, 31 January 1877, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Westbourne Park. 



=Helen Dorothy Allen Hardwicke, 3rd dau. of Herbert Junius 
Hardwicke of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, M.D., F.R.C.S., by 
Mary Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of William Allen of Wink 
House, near Thurnscoe, co. York (see Pedigree of Allen, Vol. j, 
page 72); born at Sharrow, co. York, 15 December 1882; marr. at 
St. John's, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, on Tuesday, 21 January 1908 
(marriage settlements dated 20 January 1908). 

{See Pedigree of Hardwicke. Vol. 4, page 133.) 



54 



Ernest Abney \Valker= 
of The Cavendish, 
250 Sherbrook Street, 
Montreal, Canada ; 
born at Innerleithen, 
CO. Peebles, 24 June 
1854, bapt. there ; 
educated privately at 
Edinburgh, afterwards 
at Coblentz-on-Rhine 
and at Vevey, Switzer- 
land. 



^Florence Annie, dau. 

of Richard Huntley 
King of Warkworth, 
CO. Northumberland, 
by Anne Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Thomas 
Ilderton, Vicar and 
Patron of Ilderton, 
CO. Northumberland ; 
born II July 1865 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Putney, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. 
Richard Jenkyns, 
Rector of Wallsend, 
CO. Northumberland, 
her uncle), on Thurs- 
day, 3 January 1884. 



Isabella Maud, born at Newington, Edinburgh, 
27 March 1856; marr. at the parish church, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Forbes 
Winslow), on Tuesday, 8 February 1876, to the 
Rev. Henry John Stephen Winslow (3rd son of 
Edward Winslow, Master in Lunacy) ; born 25 
October 1834; educated at King's College, 
London, Trinity College, Dublin, and Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted 18 October 1855, 
B.A. 1859 ; Junior Chaplain at St. Peters- 
burg 1866-68 and 1872-74, Curate of Holy 
Trinity, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 1868-72, 
Chaplain of St. Marylebone Infirmary, Notting 
Hill, London, 1884-87, Warden of St. Peter's 
Hospital, Wandsworth, 1891, Chaplain to the 
Worshipful Company of Fishmongers ; died at 
7 Baskerville Road, Wandsworth Common, on 
Friday, 22 September, bur. in Wandsworth 
Common Cemetery on Tuesday, 26 September 
1899. Will dated 8 June 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1256, 99) 25 October 1899, by Isabella 
Maud Winslow, relict, the sole Executri.x. 

I 



Violet Frances, born at Katharine Christobel, Philip Ilderton Walker, Joan Sybil, born 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. born in London 23 born at Newcastle-on- in London 16 

Northumberland, i May December 1889. Tyne i September December 1897. 

1887. 1896. 



Frances Isabella Carr, Arthur Bertram Walker, born Winifred Arthurine, Frederick Hubert 

born at Eastbourne, at Westbourne Park Road, born at Chiswick Walker, born at 

CO. Sussex, 21 Novem- London, on Saturday, 30 8 February 1891, Chiswick 21 Jan- 

ber 1888, bapt. at St. November 1889, bapt. at bapt. there. uary 1892, died 

Anne's, Eastbourne. St. Stephen's, Bayswater, in infancy, and 

London ; died at Chiswick, bur. at Chiswick. 

CO. Middlesex, 14 January 

1 89 1, bur. there. 



55 



Colonel Henry Walker of 6 Akehurst Gardens,= 
Roehampton, co. Surrey ; born at Edinburgh 6 May 
i860; educated at Uppingham School and Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; joined the 7th Royal 
Lancashire Militia as 2nd Lieutenant 6 February 
1878, entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 14th Foot 
22 January 1879, Lieutenant i January 1881, 
Captain 26 July 1886 ; Adjutant of Volunteers 

2 January 1888 to i January 1893; Major 4 January 
1899, retired 15 February 1899; re-employed during 
a period of national emergency from 21 May 1900 
to 2 March 1902 ; appointed Lieut. -Colonel Com- 
manding 3rd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment 

3 March 1902 ; promoted Lieut.-Colonel Reserve of 
Officers II October 1902; retired on completion of 
service in command of 3rd Battalion East Yorkshire 
Regiment with the thanks of the Army Council and 
Hon. rank of Colonel 2 March 1907; served in 
Afghanistan 1880, at action of Mazina and in Kama 
Expedition (medal) ; in Ashanti Expedition 1895-96 
(honourably mentioned in despatches, Ashanti star) ; 
in South African War 1902, at operations in 
Orange River Colony and Cape Colony (medal with 
three clasps). 



:Ann, eldest dau. of Ethel, born at 
William Burchell of Melville Street, 
46 Gloucester Cres- Edinburgh, 9 
cent, London, Deputy June 1861. 
Sheriff for co. Middle- 
sex, by Elizabeth 
Marian his wife, dau. 
of Jonathan Hayne 
of Park Hill, near 
Croydon, co. Surrey ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London 
(by the Rev. Canon 
Benjamin Rann Ken- 
nedy, assisted by the 
Rev. Daniel Moore, 
Chaplain to Queen 
Victoria), 12 July 
1882. 



Helen Elizabeth Abney, born 10 
November 1884, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington, London. 



UnyhfLuJ^Jo ^1^c<.-n_n^ ^i^-^L-^t^/^^, 



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Samuel Wia.lk£X. 



Granfed 1778. 



IHootitjjorpe. 



Thomas Woodthorpc of Bobbingworth, and afterwards of Fanns Farm, 
Aveley, both co. Essex (4th son of William Woodthorpc of Little 
Oakley, co. Essex, by Dorothy his wife, dau. of Thomas Cobboll of 
Trimley St. Martin, co. Suffolk); marr. 3 November 1785, Mary Jones 
who died, aged 81, and was bur. at Aveley 27 February 1844. He 
died, aged 78, 6 August 1833, and was bur. in All Saints' Churchyard, 
Colchester, co. Essex. M.I. Will dated 3 November 1831, proved 
(P.C.C. 733 Farqiihar) 9 November 1833, by William Cobbold 
Woodthorpe and Edward Lee Dubois Woodthorpe, sons, two of 
the Exors. 



Mary Anne, born 14 August 1786, bapt. 
at Bobbingworth 8 June 1787; marr. 
the Rev. John Moore (son of the Rev. 
John Moore, Vicar of St. John's, Clerken- 
well, CO. Middlesex); of Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated 5 February 1806, 
Scholar 1806-14, Fellow 1814-18, B.A. 
1809, M.A. 1812; Vicar of Alrewas, co. 
Stafford, 13 June 1832 ; died at Alrewas, 
in his 64th year, on Wednesday, n June 
1851. She died at Lichfield, co. Stafford, 
on Wednesday, 3 March 1875, and was 
bur. at St. Chad's, Lichfield. 



Sarah Jones, born at Bobbing- 
worth 13 February, bapt. there 
7 December 1788; marr. at 
Aveley 16 April 1814, Thomas 
Read of March, Canada (son 
of James Read, by Esther his 
wife, dau. of S. Meriton); born 
at Rochester, co. Kent, 6 Sep- 
tember 1787; Lieutenant Royal 
Marines ; died at March 3 May 
1870. She died at March 19 
October 1861. 

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Thomas Wood- 
thorpe, born 27 
August, bapt. at 
Bobbingworth 24 
September 1789; 
died at Aveley 
on Tuesday, 23 
October, bur. at 
Aveley 29 Oc- 
tober 1 8 10. 



Thomas Woodthorpe, 
born 1 1 June, bapt. 
at Aveley 1 1 July 
1836 ; accidentally 
killed in Queensland, 
Australia, 14 Jan- 
uary 1873. Memorial 
window in the chancel 
of Aveley church. 



Edward Woodthorpe, 
bapt. at Aveley 7 Au- 
gust 1837; died, aged 
9 months, bur. at 
Aveley 21 April 1838. 



Alice (Adelaide Sophia), born 8 April, 
bapt. at Aveley 16 April 1839; marr. 
at the Cathedral, Calcutta, India, on 
-Saturday, 29 December 1866, Francis 
Samuel Graham Peddie (youngest son 
of \\'illiam Peddie of the Royal North 
British Fusiliers, Castle Major of 
Stirling Castle, by Eliza Mellifont his 
wife) ; bom at Stirling Castle 9 June 
1831 ; District Engineer East Indian 
Railway; died in November 1894, 
bur. at Dollar, co. Clackmannan. 
She died 16 October 1889, and was 
bur. at Madnupur, Bengal. 



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Katherine Mary Gray, born 25 De- 
cember 1840, bapt. at Aveley 31 
January 1841. 



Mary, born 28 January, bapt. 
at Aveley 1 7 March 1 844 ; 
marr. there on Thursday, 
18 April 1872, George Tuson 
of Kingshams, Ilchester, co. 
Somerset (2nd son of Henry 
Tuson of Northover, co. Somer- 
set, by Charlotte his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. John Rumsey of 
Trelleck, co. Monmouth); born 
3 April 1833 ; admitted a 
Solicitor in 1853 ; died i Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Northover 
6 February 1895. M.I. Will 
dated 27 May 1890, proved 
II April 1895, by Mary Tuson. 
relict, Joseph Dixon Adams 
and William Frederick Baker. 



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William Cobbold Wood- 
thorpe of Fanns, Aveley, 
CO. Essex; born lo May, 
bapt. at Bobbingworth, 
CO. Essex, 13 June 1791 ; 
served in the Royal Navy 
as Midshipman, Clerk 
and Purser ; in the Ser- 
vice of the Hudson Bay 
Company 1823 ; died 
6 May, bur. at Aveley 
16 May 1S60. M.I. 



=Mary, dau. of Alexander 
Gray of Kensington, Lon- 
don, by Patience Broadfield 
his wife ; born at 6 Ken- 
sington Square, London, 
25 February 1804; marr. 
at St. George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 30 October 
1834, marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 20 
October 1834; died 15 
October, bur. at Avele)' 
23 October 1883. M.L 



Henry Woodthorpe= 
of Aveley ; born 
14 April, bapt. at 
Bobbingworth 24 
October 1793; died 
at .Stowniarket, co. 
Suffolk, aged 86, 
bur. there 19 No- 
vember 1878. 



iSarah, dau. of 
Alexander Gray of 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, by Patience 
Broadfield his 
wife ; bapt. at 
Kensington 1 9 
July 1803; marr. 
at Islington, co. 
Middlesex, 22 Oc- 
tober 1822 ; died 
at Barking, co. 
Essex, aged 59, 
bur. there 6 De- 
cember 1862. 



Henry Woodthorpe of Chapeltown, co. York ; born 24 August, bapt.= 
at Aveley Chapel 28 September 1823; Clerk in the Bank of England; 
died at Bringhurst, Middleton Road, Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 
aged 82, on Saturday, 21 April, bur. at Uxbridge 25 April 1906. 
Will dated 27 July 1899, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 748, y v 

1906) 30 May 1906, by >'V^^^'^ <h^ /^ J 

Walter Woodthorpe, son, ^ / y]^ ^rmJ f /^--c-^^^^ — .^ 
one of the Exors. 




=Jane, dau. of Thomas 
Kell of Bramham, co. 
York, by Fanny Pen- 
horwood his wife ; 
born 7 September, 
bapt. at Bramham 
5 October 1832; marr. 
at St. John's, Leeds, 
4 September 1857. 



Walter Woodthorpe of Gaerwood, Blundell-= 
sands, co. Lancaster ; born at Chapeltown, 
Leeds, 7 April i860; educated at Leeds 
Grammar School, admitted in January 1873; 
entered the Bank of England 10 June 1880, 
Chief Clerk at the Liverpool Branch August 
1905. 



=Mary Lines, eldest dau. of Thomas William 
Hackett of Leeds, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
William Evans of Newport, co. Monmouth ; 
born at Newport 16 December 1861, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Newport, 13 January 1862; marr. 
at Potternewton, co. York, on Wednesday, 
16 September 1885. 



Eveline, born at Levens- Muriel, born at Ruth Mary, born at Alice Penhorwood, born at 

hulme, CO. Lancaster, 20 Levenshulme 19 Stretford, co. Lan- Jesniond, co. Northumber- 

July, bapt. at St. Agnes', February, bapt. at caster, 24 December land, 29 November 1899, 

Birch, CO. Lancaster, 12 St. Agnes', Birch, 1895, bapt. there bapt. at St. George's, 

September 1886. 27 April 1890. 2 February 1896. Jesmond, 7 January 1900. 



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Emily, born 14 September, bapt. 
at Bobbingworth, co. Essex, 25 
October 1 794 ; died at Lich- 
field, CO. Stafford, aged 76, 11 
September, bur. at .St. Chad's, 
Lichfield, 16 September 1870. 
Will dated 27 April 1857, with 
codicil dated 10 July 1861, 
proved at Lichfield 18 October 
1870, by John Wilkes Daniel of 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester, 
and Mary Woodthorpe of 
Aveley, co. Essex, widow of 
William Cobbold Woodthorpe, 
the Exors. 



Captain John Bolton Woodthorpe,= 
R.N. ; born 20 August, bapt. at 
Bobbingworth 17 September 1796; 
entered the Royal Navy as Midship- 
man 30 September 1809, Lieutenant 
3 June 1826, Commander 28 June 
1838, Captain 7 March 1842, on 
the occasion of the visit of Queen 
Victoria to the Squadron at 
Spithead; died 19 May, bur. at 
Aveley, co. Essex, 25 May 1846. 
M.L Adfiion was granted (P.C.C.) 
25 July 1846. 



=Emily, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Howard of 
Throxenby Hall, near Scar- 
borough, CO. York, Rector 
of Burythorpe, co. York ; 
born at Throxenby ; niarr. 
by licence at Scalby, co. 
York, II September 1837; 
died at 1 1 Falmouth Road, 
Great Dover Street, Lon- 
don, aged 72, on Tuesday, 
7 September, bur. at Aveley 
II September 1875. ^^-I- 



John Bolton Woodthorpe, 
born at Purfleet, co. Essex, 
17 April, bapt. privately 
the next day, and received 
into the church at West 
Thurrock, co. Essex, 29 
June 1843. 



Major-General Robert Gossett Woodthorpe, C.B. ; born at Purfleet 
23 September, bapt. at West Thurrock 27 October 1844; Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers 22 June 1865, Captain 22 May 1878, Brevet 
Major 22 November 1879, Brevet Lieut. -Colonel 8 March 1881, 
Colonel 2 March 1885, Major-General and Deputy-Surveyor-General 
in India 1897; engaged in survey work on the North-Eastern 
Frontier of India 1868; took part in the Lushai Expedition 1871-72 
(medal), Garo Hills Expedition 1872-73, Naga Hills Expedition 
1874-75; Survey Officer in the Afghan War 1878-79 and 1880, and 
was present at the forcing of the Peiwar Kotal, and actions of Matun and Shakabad, and operations 
round Cabul (mentioned in despatches 4 February 1879, 4 May and 30 July 1S80, medal with 
two clasps); in the Akha Expedition 1883-84 (mentioned in despatches); joined the Chitral 
Mission of 1885, under General Lorkhart, and took part in Burmese Expedition 1886-87 (mentioned 
in despatches); created C.B. i July 1887; Chief of the Intelligence Department at Simla 15 
February i88g to June 1892 ; in charge of the Anglo-Siamese Boundary Commission December 
1892, and of the Mekong Commission 1894-95; Author of "The Lushai Expedition, 1871-72"; 
died at 2 Middleton Row, Calcutta, India, on Thursday, 26 May 1898, bur. in the Lower Circular 
Road Cemetery, Calcutta. 



Thomas Woodthorpe of Manchester ; born at Hadham Ford, co.=j=Eliza Sophia, dau. of Robert 
Hertford, 1 1 April, bapt. at Hadham Ford Chapel 4 September Udall, by Ellen Allen his wife ; 



1825 ; Clerk in the Bank of England at Manchester 
Bowdon, CO. Chester, 18 May, bur. there 21 May 1887. 



died at 



marr. at Rusholme, co. Lancaster, 
22 December 1869. 



Adelaide Gray, Kate May, Lucy Mary, born at Hale, co. Lancaster, 18 March 1877, bapt. at 
born at Bowdon born at Bow- Bowdon; marr. at the parish church, Prestwich, co. Lancaster, 
7 November, don 4 May 18 October 1905, James Herbert Dickson of Roselands, Prestwich 
bapt. there 21 1874, bapt. (son of Charles Husband Dickson, by Sophia his wife, dau. of 
December 1871. there. John Boardman) ; born at Cheetham, co. Lancaster, 26 February 

1866, bapt. at Cheetwood, co. Lancaster. =j= 

A 



Fanny Gray, born 5 December 1862, bapt. at Chapeltown, co. York; marr. at Potternewton, 
CO. York, 5 April 1885, Thomas Tannett Heaton of Uxbridge, co. IMiddlesex (son of William 
Heaton of Leeds, co. York, by Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas Tannett of Leeds) ; born at 
28 Clarence Terrace, Holloway, co. Middlesex, 19 September 1857, bapt. at Potternewton 
18 March 18S2. =^ 

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59 



Mary Anne, dau. of= 
William Lee of A veley, 
CO. Essex, by Amy his 
wife ; born 9 May 
1 80 1, bapt. at Aveley 
29 May 1803; marr. 
there 1 1 December 
1828 J bur. at Aveley 
8 January 1833. 
I St wife. 



=Stephen Jones \Vood-= 
thorpe of Lower 
Hockley Hall, co. 
Essex ; born 3 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Bob- 
bingworth, co. Essex, 
9 September 1798; 
bur. at Tiptree Heath, 
CO. Essex, 21 July 
1887. 



=Anne Nelson, dau. of Edmund 
Cooper; marr. at Aveley 
21 August 1849; died at 
Hockley 21 September 1876, 
bur. there. Admon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 9 August 1884, to 
Stephen Jones Woodthorpe, 
husband. 2nd wife. 



Edward Wood- 
thorpe of Fanns, 
Aveley ; born 30 
May, bapt. at 
Bobbingworth 14 
July 1800; died 
8 December, bur. 
at Aveley 1 1 De- 
cember 1 888. 



Lewis Stephen Woodthorpe of=j=Jane, dau. of James and Ruth Wiseman of Paglesham, co. 



The White House, Rayleigh, 
CO. Essex ; born at Rochford, 
CO. Essex, 21 July 1830. 



Essex; born at Paglesham 15 July, bapt. there privately 
in August 1838, and received into the church at Paglesham 
13 May 1845; marr. there 22 November 1856. 



Agnes Jane, born at Tillingham, co. Essex, i June, bapt. at Paglesham 4 July 1858 ; marr. at 
St. ^L1ry's, Walthamstow, co. Essex, 29 January 1890, Edwin George Laver (4th son of John 
Atkins Laver, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of William Laver of East Hall, Paglesham) ; born 
at Tollesbury, co. Essex, 7 September 1853, bapt. there 20 August 1854; died at South 
Fambridge, co. Essex, 18 May, bur. at Hockley 23 May 1898. 



Sarah, born at Hadham Ford, co. 
Hertford, 23 October 1827, bapt. at 
Hadham Ford Chapel 9 May 1828; died 
30 September, bur. at Aveley 6 October 
1831. 



William Woodthorpe, bom at Hadham Ford 22 
August 1829, bapt. at Hadham Ford Chapel 
17 July 1831 ; died at Guy's Hospital, London, 
aged 31, 7 July, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 11 July 1861. 



Harry Kell Woodthorpe, 
born 2 November 1867; 
admitted to the Leeds 
Grammar School in 1 878; 
died in January 1879, 
bur. at St. Matthew's 
Chapel, AUerton, co. 
York. 



Katharine Penhorwood, bom 13 January 1869; 
marr. at Potternewton, co. York, 1 1 October 
1899, Thomas Muncaster of Rosedale Abbey, 
CO. York (son of Robert Muncaster, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of William Ledger of Bentley, 
CO. York); born 30 April 1851. =j= 

A 



Harold Woodthorpe, 
born 13 November 
1874; educated at 
Leeds Grammar 

School, admitted in 
1887. 



60 



Lewis James Woodthorpe= 
of Bank House, Mid- 
hurst, CO. Sussex ; bom at 
Tillingham, co. Essex, 23 
July, bapt. at Paglesham, 
CO. Essex, 28 August 
1859. 



^Sophia Louisa, dau. 
of Baker Appleby, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
John Shields of Sutton- 
on-Dem-ent, co. York ; 
marr. at Wanstead, co. 
Essex, 24 December 
1885. 



^^'aiter Stephen^ 
\\'oodthorpe, born 
at Tillingham 17 
October, bapt. at 
Paglesham 18 No- 
vember i860. 



=Lucretia Helena Elsted, 
bom 16 October 1863 ; 
marr. at St. Cyprian's, 
Kimberley,Cape Colony, 
in June 1889 ; died 
7 November 1902. 



Dorothy Louisa, born 
8 September 1 886, bapt. 
at \\'anstead. 



Stephen James Woodthorpe, born 
16 August 1887, bapt. at Waltham- 
stow, CO. Essex. 



Alexander Gray ^^'oodthorpe, 
bom at Aveley 6 June, bapt. at 
South Ockendon Chapel, co. 
Essex, 17 July 1831; died at 
Alma Villa, Barking, co. Essex, 
aged 31, bur. at Barking 
9 January 1863. 



Francis Bolton W'oodthorpe, 
born at Aveley 12 April, 
bapt. at South Ockendon 
Chapel 2 June 1833; marr. 
Isabella, dau. of Henry 
Watson of Edinburgh. 



Horatio Ebenezer Woodthorpe, 
born at Aveley 20 April, bapt. 
at South Ockendon Chapel 14 
June 1835 ; died at Alma Villa, 
Barking, co. Essex, aged 27, 
bur. at Barking 20 November 
1862. 



Marjory Alice, died, aged 3 years 
and 2 months, 3 October, bur. at 
Barking 7 October 1863. 



Sarah Helen. 



Frank Woodthorpe. 



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Kathleen Ruth, born at Hockley, co. Essex, 16 May, bapt. 
at Paglesham, co. Essex, 22 June 1862 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Penge, co. Surrey, 17 February 1898, the Rev. 
George Pinchin Allan Blomefield of Trethevy, Littleham 
Cross, E.xmouth, co. Devon (son of the Rev. Robert Allan 
Blomefield, by Georgiana his wife, dau. of George Pinchin) ; 
born at Penn, co. Buckingham, 6 July 1854, bapt. there; 
educated at Jvlalvern College and at St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1884; \'icar of Camrose, co. 
Pembroke, 1881-89, *"d of Abbots Bickington, co. Devon, 
1889-1905. =j= 

A 



Edith Maude, born at 
Hucclecote, co. Gloucester, 
1 1 January, bapt. at 
Paglesham 28 February 
1864 ; died at Longford, co. 
Gloucester, 15 November, 
bur. at Twigworth, co. 
Gloucester, 2 1 November 
1865. 



Lucy, born at Aveley, co. Essex, 10 Emily, born at 
June 1837; marr. at Chapeltown, co. Aveley 29 June, 
York, 16 June i860, William Holroyd bapt. at Aveley 
of Leeds, and afterwards of Scarborough, Chapel 2 Au- 
both CO. York (only son of Abraham gust 1840; died 
Parkinson Holroyd of Sturdy House, 4 April, bur. 
Leeds, by Sarah his ist wife, 2nd dau. at Aveley 13 
of .Abraham Parkinson of Leeds); born April 1841. 
3 June, bapt. at the parish church, 
Leeds, 9 September 1834; died 20 
September, bur. in the cemetery at 
Scarborough 22 .September 1894. Will 
dated 2 April 1890, proved at York 28 
March 1895, by Charles Holroyd, son, 
one of the Exors. =j= 
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Harriet, born at Aveley 3 March, 
bapt. at Aveley Chapel 5 June 
1842; marr. at St. Clement's, 
Sheepscar, co. York, 3 March 1875, 
William Henry Harris of Brookfield 
Terrace, Headingley, co. York (son 
of the Rev. Richard Harris, by 
Mary Anne his wife, dau. of William 
Eales) ; born at Wareham, co. 
Dorset, 19 March, bapt. there 25 
July 1835 ; died 29 June 1906, bur. 
in Woodhouse Cemetery, Leeds. 
She died at 6 Brookfield Terrace, 
Headingley, 5 June, and was bur. 
in Woodhouse Cemetery, Leeds, 
7 June 1908. 



(See Pedi^^ree of Holroyd, Vol. 12, 
pag:e 21.) 



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Edward Lee Dubois Woodthorpe=f=Isabella, dau. of James Hawkins, 



of Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 
Africa; bom at Longford, co. 
Gloucester, 7 August, bapt. at 
Paglesham, co. Essex, 7 October 
1865. 



by Anne his wife, dau. of Samuel 
Venables Kitchener ; born at Ring- 
wood, CO. Hants ; marr. at Johannes- 
burg 5 June 1895. 



Ida Kathleen Ann, born 
at Johannesburg 1 De- 
cember 1896, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Johannesburg. 



Edward Hugh Stanley Woodthorpe, bom 
at Johannesburg 24 May, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Johannesburg, 9 August 1903 ; 
died 12 October, bur. at Johannesburg 
13 October 1903. 



I 
Eva Florence, born 
at Rochford, co. 
Essex, 1 1 February, 
bapt. at Paglesham 
7 April 1867. 



Isobel Kitchener, bom 
at Johannesburg 27 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Johannesburg, 24 Sef>- 
tember 1905. 



Alfred \Voodthorpe, born 
at Aveley, co. Essex, 14 
January, bapt. at Aveley 
Chapel 24 May 1844: 
died at Monaco 26 
December 1886. 



(Richard) Woodthorpe Tempest= 
Graham of Johannesburg ; born 
at Aveley 11 June 1847 ; took, in 
1868, the additional names of 
Tempest Graham. 




=Frances Amelia, 4th dau. of 
George Thomas Reed of Witte 
Klip, near Port Elizabeth, Cape 
Colony, by Susan Potgieter his 
wife ; born at Port Elizabeth 
25 April 1857, bapt. there; 
marr. at Van Staaden's River, 
Yellow Woods District, Uiten- 
hage, Cape Colony, i August 
1876. 



May Woodthorpe, bom at Kimberley, 
Cape Colony, 18 September, bapt. 
there 13 October 1878 ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Kniglitsbridge, London, 15 
October 1903, Stanley Pritchard 
(son of Thomas Pritchard, Veterinary 
Surgeon Indian Army) ; born at 
Madras, India, 2 August 1874. 



Woodthorpe Victor Graham, bom 
at Kimberley 24 May, bapt. there 27 
June 1880; educated at St. An- 
drew's College, Grahamstown, Cape 
(Colony ; died at Highbury Grange, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, in his 
1 6th year, on Wednesday, 6 May, 
bur. at Bournemouth 9 May 1896. 



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Edith Woodthorpe, 
bom at Kimberley 
23 December 1881, 
bapt. there i Jan- 
uary 1882; died 27 
September 1883, 
bur. at Kimberley. 



Hugh Ralph Nelson= 
Woodthorpe of Rayne, 
CO. Essex; born at Sible 
Hedingham, co. Essex, 
20 April, bapt. at 
Paglesham, co. Essex, 
I June 1873. 



=May Lillian, dau. of 
Edward Harry Bright 
of Braintree, co. Essex, 
by Mary Ann his wife ; 
born at Chelmsford, 
CO. Essex, 2 February 
1879; marr. at Rayne 
II October igo6. 



Una Vernon Laver, born 
at Braintree 10 October 
1907. 



Ethel Mabel Bolton, born 
at Sible Hedingham 2 
March, bapt. at Paglesham 
9 May 1875 ; marr. at 
Rayleigh, co. Essex, 1 7 
October 1898, Ernest 
Brewitt of Honielea, 
Manor Road, Romford, 
CO. Essex (son of John 
Brewitt, by Fanny Hilliard 
his wife); born 19 No- 
vember 1862. =p 



May Cobbold, 
born at Bradwell- 
juxta-Coggeshall, 
CO. Essex, 25 
April, bapt 
Paglesham 
June 1876. 



at 
18 



Harold Wiseman Woodthorpe, 
born at Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall 
I June, bapt. at Paglesham 5 
August 1877. 



Ida Mary, born at Bradwell- 
juxta-Coggeshall 22 September, 
bapt. at Paglesham 17 November 
1878. 



Irene Judith Corby, born at Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall 23 
September, bapt. there 21 November 1880; marr. at 
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall 11 April 1908, Henry Joseph 
Stuart Hooper (son of Alfred Thomas Hooper, by 
Josephine his wife) ; born at Oakley Park 9 December 



Oswald Jones Woodthorpe, born at Bradwell-juxta- 
Coggeshall 12 September, bapt. there 20 November 1881. 



Melville Woodthorpe Graham, born at 
Kimberley, Cape Colony, 11 September, 
bapt. there 16 December 1883; educated 
at Bedford Grammar School. 



Mary Peddie Woodthorpe, born at 
Kimberley 17 June, bapt. there 9 August 
1885. 



Harry Woodthorpe Graham, 
born at Uitenhage, Cape 
Colony, 25 February, bapt. 
there 31 March 1887 ; edu- 
cated at Bedford Grammar 
School. 



Nelson Woodthorpe 
Graham, born at 
Kimberley 26 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
21 March 1889; 
educated at Bedford 
Grammar School. 




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Fac- simile of a Sil/wuclie of Henry Woodthorpe 
{see page 58) of Ave ley, co. Essex; born 14 April 1793; 
buried at Stowmarket, co. Suffolk, i<) November 1878 ; 
in the possession of his grandson. Sir Charles Holroyd. 



Fac-similc of a Silhouette of Sarah (see page ^8), 
daughte}' of A/exancier Gi'ay, and wife of Henry 
Woodthorpe of Aveley, co. Essex ; baptised at 
Kensington, London, ig Jttfy i8oj ; died at Barking, 
CO. Essex, 6 December 1862 ; in the possession of her 
grandson. Sir Charles Holroyd. 



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Facsimile of a Silhouette of Lucy {see page 62), 
daughter of Henry and Sarah Woodthorpe, and wife 
of William Holroyd ; in the possession of her son. 
Sir Charles Holroyd. 





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AMHERST OF HACKNEY. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Gules 
three tilting spears two and one or headed argent, Amherst; 
2nd, Per saltire azure and or in fesse two lions rampant gules 
in chief and in base a dexter arm fessewise couped at the elbow 
habited of the third cuffed azure hand proper holding a cross- 
crosslet fitchee also of the third, Daniel ; 3rd, Or on a chevron 
azure between three marigolds slipped proper two lions passant 
respecting each other of the first within a bordure compony 
argent and azure, Tyssen. 

Crests. — I (centre), On a mount vert three tilting spears one in pale and 
two in saltire or headed argent girt by a wreath of laurel 
proper, Amherst; 2 (dexter). In front of a trefoil slipped vert a 
dexter arm couped fessewise habited and holding in the hand 
a cross-crosslet fitchee as in the arms, Daniel; 3 (sinister), 
A demi-lion per fesse wavy or and azure ducally crowned gules 
and holding in the paws an escutcheon azure charged with an 
estoile of the first, Tyssen. 

Supporters. — On either side a heron proper collared or. 

Motto. — Victoria concordia crescit. 



amf)crst of Jlacfene^. 



William George Daniel-Tyssen of Foley House, co.= 
Kent, also of Hackney, co. Middlesex, Foulden Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, and Westbrooke House, co. Dorset {3rd 
son of John Daniel, by Dorcas his wife, dau. and 
eventually sole heir of Thomas Auchmuty) ; born 25 
April 1773; High Sheriff for co. Kent 1825; Lord of 
the Manor of Hackney in right of his wife ; by Royal 
Licence dated 14 March 18 14, took the surname and 
arms of Tyssen, in addition to and after that of Daniel ; i 
died at Foley House, aged 64, 6 January, bur. at East 
Farleigh, co. Kent, 13 January 1838. Will dated 
23 October 1835, with four codicils dated respectively 

3 May 1836, 6 March 1837, 29 December 1837, and 

4 January 1S38, proved (P.C.C. 126 AUcholl) 16 Feb- 
ruary 1838, by William (George Tyssen Daniel-Tyssen and 
Francis Samuel Daniel-Tyssen, sons, two of the Exors. 



=.'\melia, only surviving dau. and heir 
of Captain John Amhurst, R.N., by 
Mary his 2nd wife (through whom 
his descendants became possessed 
of the manors of Hackney and 
Foulden), dau. and heir of Francis 
John Tyssen, J. P. and D.L., Lord 
of the Manor of Hackney ; bapt. 
I May 1775; niarr. at Rochester, 
CO. Kent, 21 June 1794; died on 
VV'ednesday, 6 August, bur. at East 
Farleigh 13 August 1851. Will 
dated 22 February 185 1, proved 
(P.C.C. 756, 51) 2 September 185 1, 
by Charles Wayth and Alexander 
Randall, two of the Exors. 



Amelia Harriett, born 3 September 1795; marr. 22 
June 1816, Edward Cormick, who entered the Army 
4 December 1806, Captain and Paymaster 3rd (The 
King's Own) Light Dragoons 24 January 1828 ; 
served in Portugal in the campaign of 1808-1809, 
and on the East coast of Spain from September 
i8i2 to September 1813, including the battle of 
Castalla ; served in Afghanistan in the campaign of 
1842; died at Umballa, Punjab, India, 19 May 
1848. She died at Upper Nile Terrace, Rochester, 
on Wednesday, 23 October 1867, and was bur. at 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex. Will dated 22 March 
1866, with codicil dated 18 April 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 782, 67) 19 December 1867, by Charles 
Cowen of Upper Nile Terrace, Rochester, Staff 
Surgeon-Major and Deputy-Inspector of Hospitals, 
one of the Exors. =j= 

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Mary Ann, born 8 December 1796; 
marr. at P'oulden, co. Norfolk, 9 Jan- 
uary 1 819, John Carter of Northwold, 
CO. Norfolk (2nd son of William 
Langham of Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, 
by Judith Kenton his wife) ; born 
3 May 1795; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Norfolk ; by Royal Licence dated 
23 November 1813, took the name 
of Carter in lieu of that of Langham ; 
died 16 October, bur. at Northwold 
23 October 1847. She died 21 De- 
cember, and was bur. at Northwold 
28 December 1847. 



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Mary Rothes Margaret (a Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England), born at Didlington Hall, co. Norfolk, on Saturday, 25 April, bapt. at Didlington 
2 June 1857 ; marr. at St. Thomas', Portman Square, London (by the Rev. Ridley Daniel- 
Tyssen, assisted by the Rev. Alexander Rhind Webster), on Wednesday, 2 September 1885, 
Lord William Cecil, M.V.O., F.R.G.S. (3rd son of William Alleyne, 3rd Marquess of Exeter, 
P.C., by Lady Georgina Sophia his wife, 2nd dau. of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Longford) ; born at 
Seafield House, near Dublin, on Thursday, 2 November 1854: educated at Eton; entered the 
Army as Lieutenant 2nd (afterwards 3rd; Battalion Grenadier Guards 29 November 1S76, 
Captain August 1885, retired January 1889; Lieut. -Colonel (Hon. Colonel) 4th Battalion 
Lincolnshire Regiment (Militia) 16 April 1890-1902; served in Suakin Expedition 1885 (medal 
with clasp, Khedive's bronze star); nominated M.V.O. (4th-class) 7 July 1896; Groom-in- Waiting 
in Ordinary to Queen Victoria 1892-1901 ; Equerry to H.R.H. Princess Henry of Battenburg 
1892-99, and Comptroller and Treasurer to her Household since 1S99 ; a Knight of Justice of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, Commander (ist-class) of the 
Order of Philip of Hesse, Grand Cross of Order of Isabel la Catolica of Spain. 



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Louisa Dorcas, Caroline, born 22 May 1799; 
born 2 March marr. 12 August 1840, the 
1798; died 16 Hon'''^ Christopher Alexander 
August following. Hagerman (son of Nicholas 
Hagerman) ; born 22 March 
1792; one of the Judges of 
H.!M. Court of Queen's Bench, Toronto, Upper 
Canada ; died at Toronto, in his s6th year, on 
Friday, 14 May 1847. She died s.p. at Uidlington 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, in her 79th year, on Saturday, 
3 November 1877, and was bur. in the churchyard 
at Cheriton, co. Kent. Will dated 30 November 
1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 132, 78) 9 February 1878, 
by Charles Amherst Daniel-Tyssen and John Robert 
Daniel-Tyssen, brothers, and Robert Carter, nephew, 
three of the Exors. 



Charlotte, bom 12 July 1800; marr. 
II June 1823, Courtney Stacey of 
Sandling Place, Maidstone, co. Kent ; 
bom 10 October 1789; died at Sand- 
ling Place, Maidstone, aged 63, on 
Tuesday, 18 January 1853. Will dated 
4 November 1851, proved (P.C.C. 
225> S3) 3 March 1853, by Charlotte 
Stacey, relict, the sole Executrix. She 
died at Folkestone, co. Kent, aged 71, 
on Monday, 12 Februar)' 1872. Will 
dated 31 October 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 206, 72) I March 1872, by 
Edward Hoar of Maidstone, the sole 

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William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst, Baron Amherst of= 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, and of Didlington Hall, co. 
Norfolk, F.S.A. ; born at Narford, co. Norfolk, 25 April 
1835, bapt. at Foulden ; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1853 ; of the Inner 
Temple 13 March 1857 ; resumed by Royal Licence dated 
16 August 1877, the ancient spelling of his surname 
Amherst; M.P. for West Norfolk 1880-85, and for South- 
West Norfolk 1885-92, T-P- for co. Norfolk, High 
Sheriff 1866; J. P. and D.I,. for co. Middlesex; J. P. for 
Westminster ; a Knight of Justice of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; raised to 
the Peerage as Baron Amherst of Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 26 August 1892, 
with special limitation in default of male heirs to his 
eldest daughter ; Patron of the livings of Ickburgh Rectory 
with Langford Rectory, Cranwich Rectory with Didlington 
Vicarage and Cohesion Rectory, all co. Norfolk, and of 
St. John's, Hackney, West Hackney and South Hackney 
Rectories, co. Middlesex. 



■Margaret Susan, only child and 
heir of Admiral Robert Mitford 
of Hunmanby Hall, co. York, 
and of Mitford Castle, co. 
Northumberland, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of James Duns- 
mure of Edinburgh ; bom 
7 January 1835; marr. at Hun- 
manby (by the Rev. Robert 
Mitford Taylor, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. Frederick 
Askew Bickmore, Rector of 
Cranwich and Didlington, both 
CO. Norfolk), on Wednesday, 
4 June 1856 ; a Lady of Justice 
of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England 4 December 1907. 



Sybil Margaret (a Lady of 
Justice of the Order of 
the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem in England), 
born at Didlington Hall on 
Tuesday, 2 1 September, 
bapt. at Didlington 5 De- 
cember 185S. 



Florence Margaret (a Lady of 
Justice of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jeru- 
salem in England), born at 
Didlington Hall on Thursday, 
26 January, bapt. at Didlington 
1 1 March 1S60. 

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Margaret Mitford (a Lady of 
justice of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jeru- 
salem in England), bom at 
Didlington Hall on Wednesday, 

12 August, bapt. at Didlington 

13 September 1863. 



William George Tyssen Tyssen-Amhurst of Didlington,= 
CO. Norfolk, Hackney, co. Middlesex, and Foulden 
Hall, CO. Norfolk; born i8 December 1801; of 
Brasenose College, 0,\ford, matriculated 14 January 
1820; High Sheriff for co. Norfolk 1843; '^y Royal 
Licence dated 6 August 1852, assumed the name of 
Tyssen-Amhurst, discontinuing that of Daniel ; died 
at Didlington Park, co. Norfolk, aged 54, on Sunday, 
30 December 1855, bur. at Didlington. \\'ill dated 
21 August 1854, with codicil dated 7 November 
1855, proved (P.C.C. 353, 56) 5 May 1856, by 
Charles Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, brother, and William 
-Amhurst Tyssen-Amhurst, eldest son, the Exors. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of Andrew Fountaine 
of Narford Hall, co. Norfolk, by 
Hannah his wife, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Penrice of Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk ; born 7 October 1 806 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London (by the Rev. Charles 
Penrice, Rector of Plumstead, co. 
Norfolk), on Thursday, 10 April 
1834; died at Didlington Hall on 
Thursday, 9 February 1854, bur. at 
Didlington. 



Amelia, born 27 January 1837 ; died unmarried, in her 54th year, at 21 Ovington Garden.s, 
Kensington, London, on Saturday, 9 August, bur. at Didlington 15 August 1890. Will with 
codicil dated 13 February 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 829, 90) 16 September 1S90, by William 
Amhurst Tyssen -Amherst of Didlington Hall, brother, the sole Exor. 



Alicia Margaret (a Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England), born at Didlington Hall on Sunday, 30 July, bapt. at Didlington 3 September 1S65 ; 
received the Freedom of the A\'orshipful Company of Gardeners and afterwards the Freedom of 
the City of London, the latter falling into abeyance on her marriage; Author of "A History 
of Gardening in England," 1896, "Children's Gardens," 1902, and "London Parks and 
Gardens," 1907 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rt. Rev. Edward 
Stuart Talbot, Bishop of Rochester, assisted by the Rev. Lord William Rupert Ernest 
Gascoyne-Cecil and the Rev. Ernest Amhurst Villiers), on Wednesday, 16 February 1898, 
to Evelyn Gascoyne-Cecil of 10 Eaton Place, London (elder son of Lord Eustace Brownlow 
Henry Gascoyne-Cecil of Lytchett Heath, Poole, co. Dorset, M.P., Lieut. -Colonel Coldstream 
Guards, by Lady Gertrude Louisa his wife, 4th dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Eldon) ; born 
at 32 Eccleston Square, London, on Tuesday, 30 May 1865, bapt. at St. Michael's, Chester 
Square, London ; educated at Eton and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 1 2 October 
1883, B.A. 1887 (Honours: 2nd-class Law), M.A. 1890; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 1889; Assistant Private Secretary to Prime Minister (Marquess of Salisbury) 1891-92, 
and again 1895-1902; M.P. for East Hertford June 1898 to September 1900, and for Aston 
Manor since 1900; Member of London School Board 1894-99; Chairman House of 
Commons Select Committee on Foreign Steamship Subsidies 1901-1902, and Chairman of 
Eastern Mail Service Committee 1903; appointed a Member of Permanent Commission 
of International Railway Congress 1905; Author of " Primogeniture ; a short History of its 
Development in various Countries, and its Practical Effects," 1S95 "On the Eve of the ^Var in 
South Africa," 1900. =p 

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Charles Amherst Daniel-Tyssen of Northwold Lodge, CO. Norfolk; born 6 June 1804; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant ist (The King's) Dragoon Guards 6 October 1825, Captain 
183s ; died unmarried at his residence, Northwold Lodge, in his 79th year, on Saturday, 
ID June, bur. at Didlington, co. Norfolk, 15 June 1882. Will dated 28 April 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 876, 82) 24 November 1882, by the Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen of the Rector)', 
South Hackney, co. Middlesex, Amherst Daniel-Tyssen and Robert Carter, nephews, the 
surviving Exors. 



Florence Mary, born at Foulden Hall, co. Norfolk, 13 February 1839; marr. at Didlington 
Hall, CO. Norfolk (by the Rt. Rev. the Hon'''' Henry Montagu Villiers, Bishop of Durham), 
on Thursday, 19 October i860, to the Rev. Charles Lawrence; Rector of Tolleshunt Knights, 
CO. Essex, of Lee, co. Kent, 1864-73, afterwards of Croft, co. York; Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Carlisle 1857-61 ; assumed the name and arms of Villiers ; died at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, aged 63, on Sunday, 15 October 1893, bur. at Croft. Will dated i March 
1886, proved at York 20 December 1893, by Florence Mary Villiers, relict, and Harry 
Rouse the Exors. =j= 

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Geraldine Margaret, bom at Didlington Hall on Thursda)', 2 May, 
bapt. at Didlington 9 June 1867 ; marr. at St. Margaret's, Westminster 
(by the Very Rev. George David Boyle, Dean of Salisbury), on 
Wednesday, 30 April 1890, to Malcolm Drummond of Megginch Castle, 
CO. Perth (only son of John Murray Drummond of Megginch Castle, 
J. P., D.L., by Frances Jemima his wife, 4th dau. of General Sir John 
Oswald of Dunnikier, co. Fife, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.); born at Megginch 
Castle on Sunday, 2 March 1856; educated at Eton; Sub-Lieutenant 
Northumberland Militia 24 December 1873; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 29 November 1876, Captain ist Battalion 
29 April 1885, Ca])tain Reser\-e of Officers 29 April 1885; served with 
the Guards' Mounted Infantry in the Soudan Campaign in 1885 (medal 
with clasp, Khedive's bronze star); Commander (ist-class) of the 
Friedrich Order ; A.D.C. and Private Secretary to Governor of 
Newfoundland 1881 ; Groom of the Privy Chamber to Queen Victoria 
1890-93, Groom-in-Waiting in Ordinary 1893-1901 ; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Perth. =f= 

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Beatrice Margaret, 
born at Didlington 
Hall on Monday, 
27 September, bapt. 
at Didlington 7 No- 
vember 1869; died 
at Cannes, France, 
in her 13th year, 
on Sunday, 20 No- 
vember, bur. in the 
family vault at Did- 
lington 30 November 
1881. 



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lohn Robert Daniel-Tyssen of Brighton, co.= 
Sussex, F.S.A. ; born 7 November 1805; 
D.L. for Tower Hamlets ; died at 9 Lower 
Rock Gardens, Brighton, in his 77th year, on 
Sunday, 11 June 1882, bur. at Cheriton, 
CO. Kent. Will dated 28 December 1881, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 663, 82) 3 August 1882, 
by the Rev. Ridley IJaniel-Tyssen of the 
Rectory, South Hackney, co. Middlesex, and 
Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, D.C.L., sons, liie 
Exors. 



=Harriet Caroline, dau. of Charles Hopkinson 
of Cadogan Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex ; 
born 16 P'ebruary 1809; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Street, Chelsea, 28 May 1835; died at 
114 I.ansdowne Place, Hove, co. Sussex, in her 
76th year, on Saturday, 8 November 1884, bur. 
at Cheriton. Adriion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 1 January 1885, to Amherst 
Daniel-Tyssen, D.C.L., son, and one of the 
next of kin. 



Amelia Caroline, born at Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 26 February 1836 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Brighton (by her brother, the Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, assisted by her 
uncle, the Rev. James O'Brien of St. Patrick's, Hove, D.D.), on Thursday, 14 January 
187s, 'o the Rev. Edward Robert Cruickshank (only son of Robert Cruickshank of 
Alverstoke, co. Hants, by Harriet his wife, dau. of the Rev. Edward Barnard, Rector of 
Alverstoke) ; born 29 July 1840; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 26 May 1859, 
B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866; appointed Vicar of Midhurst, co. Sussex, in 1885; died at Brighton, 
aged 50, on Wednesday, 5 November 1890, bur. in the churchyard of St. Mark's, Alverstoke. 
Will dated 14 September 1890, proved at Chichester 17 January 1891, by Amelia Caroline 
Cruickshank, relict, and the Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, brother-in-law, the Exors. She died at 
her residence. Eastern House, Alverstoke, on Tuesday, aged 60, 4 February 1896, and was 
bur. in the churchyard of St. Mark's, Alverstoke. Will dated 8 July 1891, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 457, 96) 18 May 1896, by the Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen and Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, 
the Exors. =i= 



Francis Tyssen-Amhurst, born 27 September 1842 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
II October 1861, B.A. 1865; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 26 January 1867; 
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, Australia; died in his 39th year, on 
board the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamship "Bokhara," on his voyage home 
from Australia on Monday, 3 January 1881, bur. at sea. Will dated 10 September 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 274, 81) 16 April 1881, by William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst of Didlington 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, brother, the sole Exor. 



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Francis Samuel Daniel-Tyssen of= 
Castle House, Sandgate, co. Kent ; 
born 13 March 1813; sometime 
of the 4th Dragoon Guards ; J. P. ; 
died at Castle House, Sandgate, 
in his 63rd year, on Friday, 
3 September 1875, bur. in the 
churchyard at Cheriton, co. Kent. 
Will dated 7 June 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 907, 75) 16 Novem- 
ber 1875, by the Rev. Charles 
John Daniel and Lewis Bruce 
Knight Bruce, the Exors. 



=Eliza Julia, elder dau. of the Rt. Thomas Auchmuty 
Hon'''' Sir James Lewis Knight- Daniel-Tyssen, born 
Bruce of the Priory, Roehampton, and bapt. 19 De- 
co. Surrey, D.C.L., F.R.S., F.S.A., cember, died the 
J. P., D.L., M.P., Vice-Chancellor same day, and bur. 
of England and one of the Lords 22 December 18 15. 
Justice of Appeal, by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Newte of 
Tidcombe, co. Devon ; marr. at 
Roehampton (by the Rt. Rev. 
John Kaye, Bishop of Lincoln) on 
Saturday, 29 April 1843, marriage 
settlements dated 28 April 1843; 
died 24 July 1892, bur. at Cheriton. 



Amelia Julia Bruce, born at Foley House, near Maidstone, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 3 January 1844 ; died 10 May 
1881. Will dated 29 April 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
695, 93) 12 July 1893, by Reginald Wyndham Butterworth, 
one of the Exors. 



William George Wyndham Daniel- 
Tyssen, born at Sandgate on 
Sunday, 20 April, bapt. at 
Cheriton 10 September 1845 ; 
died in 1854, bur. at Cheriton. 



Maria Harriet Arabella, bom 13 May 1838; marr. at St. Nicholas', Brighton, co. Sussex (by the 
Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, assisted by the Rev. James O'Brien, D.D.), on Tuesday, 31 May 
1870, to Wilfred Joseph Cripps of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, C.B., F.S.A. (eldest son of 
William Cripps, M.P., by Mary Anne his wife, eldest dau. of Benjamin Harrison of Clapham 
Common, co. Surrey, F.R.S., F.S.A.) ; born in St. James' Place, ^^'estminster, on Tuesday, 
8 June, bapt. at St. James', Westminster, 10 July 1841 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 June 1859, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866; a Student of the Middle Temple 25 
February 1863, called to the Bar i May 1865; a Member of the Oxford Circuit; Lieutenant 
Royal North Gloucestershire Militia 26 March 1866, Captain 11 March 1872, retired as 
Hon. Major; nominated C.B. 1889; J. P. for the counties of Kent and Gloucester. She 
died s.p. at Folkestone, co. Kent, on Monday, 5 September, and was bur. at Cheriton, co. 
Kent, 9 September 1881. M.L He marr. 2ndly at Ruabon, co. Denbigh (by the Rev. John 
Studholme Brownrigg, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Ebenezer Wood Edwards, 
the Vicar), on Tuesday, 2 December 1884, Helen Augusta Wilhelmine, Countess von 
Bismark-Schierstein, younger dau. of Friedrich August Ludwig, Count von Bismark-Schierstein, 
by Charlotte Henrietta his wife, eldest dau. of the Rt. Hon'^''^ Sir Henry Watkin ^\■illiams- 
Wynn, G.C.H., K.C.B. ; born 27 July 1850, bapt. at Wiesbaden, Germany. He died s.p. 
at Cirencester, aged 62, on Monday, 26 October, and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Cirencester 29 October 1903. Will dated 16 February 189S, proved (Prin. Reg., 1424, 
1903) 22 December 1903, by Helen Augusta Wilhelniina (Tripps, relict, John Frederick 
Curtis-Hayward, retired Colonel in the Army, cousin, and Frederick William Beresford 
Cripps, nephew, the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Cripps, Vol. 2, page iig, and Additions and 
Corrections, Vol. 11, page vii.) 



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Rosalind Harriet, born at Sandgate, co. Kent, 
on Friday, 7 August 1846; niarr. at Cherilon, 
CO. Kent (by the Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, 
assisted by the Rev. Reginald Bridges 
Knatchbull-Hugesson), on Thursday, 6 June 
1872, to Reginald Wyndham Butterworth of 
S3 Pulteney Street, Bath, co. Somerset (son 
of Thomas Stock Butterworth of Westbury-on- 
Trym, co. Gloucester, by Blanche Davis his 
wife ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
4 February 1861, aged 19; J. P. for co. 
Gloucester, High Sheriff of Bristol 1885-86. 



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Mary Adela Amherst, born at Roehampton, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 13 September 
1848 ; marr. at Cheriton (by the Rev. Edward 
Peare Gregg, assisted by the Rev. Alexander 
Hall Hall, the Vicar) on Tuesday, 7 October 
1879, to ^Villiam Ogilvie Law (2nd son of 
William Trevor Law of Moulmein, Burmah, 
J. P. and Government Advocate, by . . his 
wife, dau. of Monsieur d'Egaje of Bordeaux); 
born 20 November 1844; matriculated at 
Edinburgh University ; a Student of the 
Middle Temple 11 November 1861, called 
to the Bar 17 No\ember 1866. 



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Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, born in Warwick= 
Road, Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex, on Mon- 
day, 7 December 1840, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Upper Clapton, 14 April 1841 ; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 March 1859, B.A. 
1863, M.A. 1866; Rector of South Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, 1871-85, Perpetual Curate of 
St. Patrick's, Hove, co. Sussex, 1885-1904, 
licenced to officiate in the diocese of Chichester 
from 1905. 



=Caroline Octavia Wilhelmina, 2nd dau. of 
Charles Hopkinson of Wotton, co. (Gloucester, 
by Clara his wife, dau. of J. Bunny of 
Newbury, co. Berks ; born at Eaton Place, 
London, on Monday, 10 August 1840; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London (by the 
Rev. Charles Wellington Furse, Vicar of 
Cuddesden, co. Oxford, assisted by the 
Rev. the Hon''''' Robert Liddell, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 22 July 1S73. 



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Geoffrey Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, born at the Rectory, 
South Hackney, on Tuesday, 23 June 1874, bapt. at 
St. John's, South Hackney. 



Janet Clara, born at the Rectory, South Hackney, on 
Tuesday, 15 June 1875, bapt. at St. John's, South 
Hackney; marr. at St. Patrick's, Hove (by her cousin, 
the Rev. Arthur Sutton, Rector of Brant Broughton, 
CO. Lincoln, assisted by the Ven''''= Robert Sutton, 
Archdeacon of Lewes, and the Rev. Thomas Row- 
land Hall), on Tuesday, 8 April 1902, to Ernest 
William Ormerod of Beauchamp Lodge, Wimborne, 
CO. Dorset (elder son of Edward Latham Ormerod, 
M.D., F.R.S., by Maria his 2nd wife, 2nd dau. of 
Frederick Millett of Woodhill, near Guildford, co. 
Surrey, Member of the Supreme Council of India) ; 
born 17 November 1868; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1887, B.A. 
1890, M.B., B.C., M.A. 1895, M.D. 1901, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1894 ; formerly House Surgeon, 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. 



Blanche Harriet, born at the Rectory, 
South Hackney, on Sunday, 28 Jan- 
uary 1877, bapt. at St. John's, South 
Hackney. 

Margaret, born at the Rectory, South 
Hackney, on Thursday, 11 March 
1880, bapt. at St. John's, South 
Hackney ; marr. at St. Patrick's, Hove 
(by the Ven''''= Robert Sutton, Arch- 
deacon of Lewes, assisted by her 
cousin, the Rev. Arthur Sutton, Rector 
of Brant Broughton, and the Rev. 
William Breton), on Tuesday, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1906, to William Arthur Powlett 
Lane of 14 Carlyle Square, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex (younger son of Charles 
Thomas Lane of Dangstein, Peters- 
field, co. Hants, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., 
by Minna his wife, dau. of Joseph 
Locke, M.P.); bom 7 December 1878. 



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Edith Alice, born at Sandgate, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 31 January, 
bapt. 15 March 1850; died 31 
August 1902. Will dated 8 De- 
cember 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1597, 1902) 9 December 1902, 
by Walter Edward Moore, one of 
the Exors. 



Ellen Blanche, born at Sandgate on Tuesday, 10 June, 
bapt. 31 July 1 851; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. Edward Capel Cure, 
the Rector, assisted by the Rev. Charles Amherst 
Daniel-Tyssen), on Saturday, 12 October i88i, to 
William Fletcher, only surviving son of Wellesley Pole 
Fletcher of 32 Rathmines Road, Dublin. 



Francis Augustus Daniel- 
Tyssen, born at Sandgate 
on Saturday, 7 August 1852, 
bapt. at Cheriton, co. Kent, 
and died there on Tuesday, 
14 December following, bur. 
at Cheriton. 



Rev. Charles Amherst Daniel-Tyssen 
of Sandgate ; born at Seabrook Farm, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 13 December 
1856, bapt. at Cheriton; of Merton 
College, O.xford, matriculated 16 Oc- 
tober 1875, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. 



Augustus Robert Bruce 
Daniel-Tyssen, bom 3 1 
December 1859; died 
13 May 1862, bur. at 
Cheriton. 



Amherst Daniel-Tyssen of 59 Priory Road,= 
West Hampstead, co. Middlesex, D.C.L. ; 
bom at Warwick Road, Upper Clapton, 
CO. Middlesex, 31 July 1843; of Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 June 1861, 
Postmaster 1861-66, B.A. 1865, B.C.L. 
and M.A. 1872, D.C.L. 1877; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 30 April 1864, 
called to the Bar 26 January 1869. 



=Cassandra Mary Amelia, 5th dau. of Charles 
Madden of the Hon''''' East India Co.'s Service, 
by Julia Charlotte his wife, dau. of General 
Lambert Loveday; born at Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
22 December 1854; marr. at the Unitarian 
Church, Little Portland Street, London (by the 
Rev. Philip Henry Wicksteed, assisted by 
the Rev. Thomas R. Dobson of Brighton, co. 
Sussex), on Saturday, 23 June 1883. 



Alice Edwyna (Queenie), bom at 59 
Priory Road, West Hampstead, on 
Thursday, 20 March, bapt. at the 
Unitarian Church, Little Portland 
Street, London, 18 May 1884; marr. 
at Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Church, 
Hampstead (by the Rev. Henry Gow), 
on Tuesday, 6 February 1906, to 
Horace Randolph Gee, eldest son of 
Robert Gee of Sidcup, co. Kent. 



Samuel Roland Daniel-Tyssen, 
bom at 59 Priory Road, 
West Hampstead, on Monday, 
18 January, bapt. at the 
Unitarian Church, Little Port- 
land Street, London, i8 April 
1886; educated at Bedales 
School, Petersfield, and at the 
South Kensington Engineering 
College. 



Wilfred Heming 
Amherst Daniel- 
Tyssen, born at 
59 Priory Road, 
A\'est Hampstead, 
on Saturday, 30 
May 1 89 1, bapt. 
there privately ; 
educated at Wood- 
bridge School. 



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artortgljt of button ^carsDalc, co. Bcrb^. 



Arms. — Argent on a mount vert a cotton tree fnicted proper on a chief 
azure between two bezants an escutcheon of the field 
charged with a bee volant proper. 

Crest. — An eagle rising ur in its beak an escutcheon azure pendant 
by a ribbon gules ihereon a hank of cotton argent. 

Molto. — Malta tuli fecique. 



Robert Arkwright of Sutton Scarsdale, co. Derby (2nd son of:: 
Richard Arkwright of Willersley, co. Derby, J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Derby, High Sheriff 1801, by Mary his wife, dau. of Adam 
Simpson of Bonsall, co. Derby); born 7 March 1783; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Derby, High Sheriff 1850; died at Sutton Scarsdale, 
aged 76, on Saturday, 6 August 1859, bur. in the family mausoleum 
in the church adjoining the Hall. Will dated 30 May 1857, with 
codicil dated 25 January 1858, proved at Derby 19 October 
1859, by the Rev. Godfrey Harry Arkwright, son, and Sir Hew 
Dalrymple, Baronet, the Exors. Portrait by Wright of Derby at 
WiUersey, in the possession of Frederick Charles Arkwright. 

lyFor earlier Pedigree see ''^ Notes" to ^^ Visitation of England 
and IVales," Vol. 7, page I.) 



=Frances Crawford, dau. of 
Stephen George Kemble 
of Durham, by Elizabeth 
Satchell his wife; born 
in 1785 ; marr. at Hull, 
CO. York, 27 June 1805 ; 
died at Sutton Scarsdale 
on Saturday, 10 March 
1849, bur. in the family 
mausoleum in the church 
adjoining the Hall. Por- 
traits at Sutton Scarsdale, 
in the possession of iVilliam 
Arkivriirht, her trrandson. 



George Arkwright, born 20 August 
1807; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1830, M.A. 1833: 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 
22 November 1833; M.P. for 
Leominster 1842 until his death ; 
J. P. for CO. Derby; died s.p. at 
20 Albany, Piccadilly, London, 
aged 48, on Tuesday, 5 February 
1856, bur. in the family mausoleum 
in the church adjoining the Hall 
at Sutton Scarsdale. Will dated 25 
May 1855, proved (P.C.C. 80, 56) 
25 February 1856, by William 
Arkwright, brother, the sole Exor. 



William Arkwright, born 12= 
September 1809; entered the 
Army as Comet 24 July 1828, 
Lieutenant 25 June 1830, Cap- 
tain 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons 
1 1 May 1838, retired as Major ; 
died at Hotham Hall, co. York, 
on Wednesday, 13 May 1857, 
bur. in the family mausoleum 
in the church adjoining the 
Hall at Sutton Scarsdale. Will 
dated 8 November 1852, proved 
(P.C.C. 432, 57) 23 June 1857, 
by John Gilbert Crompton, the 
surviving Exor. 



=Fanny Susan, 2nd dau. 
of Edward Thortiewill 
of Dove Clift", CO. Staf- 
ford, D.L., by Mary his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
J. B. Pearson, Rector 
of Croxall, CO. Derby ; 
marr. at Stretton, co. 
Stafford (by the Rev. 
John Edward Addison 
Fenwick), on Thursday, 
II March 1852, mar- 
riage settlements dated 
I March 1852. 



Fanny Elizabeth, born in 1853; marr. at Sutton Scarsdale (by her cousin, the Rev. Richard 
FitzHerbert, Rector of Warsop, co. Nottingham) on Thursday, 4 June 1874, Lieut. -Colonel 
\ViUiam Thornhill Blois of Glencairn, Bournemouth, co. Hants (youngest son of John 
Ralph Blois, Commander R.N., by Eliza Knox his wife, 2nd dau. of the Rev. John Barrett, 
Rector of Inishkeel, co. Donegal ; and brother of Sir John Ralph Blois of Grundisburgh 
and Cockfield Hall, both co. Suffolk, 8th Baronet); born i August 1842; entered the 
Army as Cornet 18 October 1859, Lieutenant 14 January 1863, Captain 11 March 1874, 
Major I July 1881, Hon. Lieut.-Colonel 25 March 1885, afterwards Lieut.-Colonel 6th 
Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment (Militia); J. P. for co. Warwick; died at Gore Hurst, 
Bournemouth, 5 April 1889. Will dated 19 April 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 568, 8g) 6 July 
1889, by the Hon''''= Joshua Charles Vanneck of Richmond Barracks, Dublin, Colonel in the 
Army, one of the Exors. =p 

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Frances Elizabeth, marr. at Sutton Scarsdale, co. Derby (by the Rt. Rev. the Hon""= Horatio 
Powys, Bishop of Sodor and Man), on Tuesday, 27 July 1852, to Lieut. -Colonel Sir Hew 
Hamilton Dalrymple, Baronet (elder son of Lieut. -General Sir John Dalrj'mple, 5th Baronet, 
by Charlotte his wife, only daughter of Sir Patrick Warrender, 3rd Baronet); bom 21 
November 1814; entered the Army as Ensign 71st (Highland) Foot 15 Februar)' 1831, 
Lieutenant 4 September 1835, Captain 24 April 1838, Major 19 March 1847, Lieut.-Colonel 
12 November 1847; served at the capture of Coorg 1834; Convenor of co. Haddington 
for six years, J. P. and D.L. for co. Haddington ; succeeded his father as 6th Baronet 
26 May 1835 ; died s.p. at Luchie House, North Berwick, aged 72, on Thursday, 28 April 
1887, bur. at North Berwick. She died at Luchie on Wednesday, 28 February 1894, and was 
bur. at Sutton Scarsdale. Will dated 14 May 1887, with two codicils dated 11 July 1887 and 
29 July 1S92. Confirmation of Sir George Warrender, Baronet, sealed in London i May 1894. 
Portrait by Richmond at Highclere Rectory, co. Hants, in tlie possession of the Rev. William 
Henry Arkwright, her nephew. 



Emma, born at Sutton Scarsdale 15 April 1854; marr. there (by the Rt. Rev. Lord Arthur 
Charles Hervey), on Thursday, 13 July 1876, as his ist wife, George Henr)' William Hervey of 
Church House, Tendring, co. Essex (2nd son of the Rt. Rev. Lord Arthur Charles Hervey, 
Bishop of Bath and Wells, by Patience his wife, dau. of John Singleton) ; born at Ickworth, 
CO. Suffolk, on Friday, 17 February 1843. She died at Old Place, Sleaford, co. Lincoln, on 
Saturday, 28 April, and was bur. at Sutton Scarsdale 3 May 1877. He marr. 2ndly at Bedfont, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 3 July 1879, Mary, dau. of William Wells Cole. She died, 
leaving issue, at Deyton House, co. Suffolk, 21 August, and was bur. at Ickworth 24 August 
1900. =p 



William (Philip) Arkwright= 
of Sutton Scarsdale ; born 
21 April 1857 ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 
May 1875 ; J. P. for co. 
Derby, High Sheriff 1890; 
inherited the Sutton Scars- 
dale estate under the will 
of his grandfather, Robert 
Arkwright. 



=Agnes Mary, eldest 
dau. of the Hon'''"= 
John James Thomas 
Somers Cocks, by 
Ann his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Joseph 
Simpson, Rector 
of Horsted Parva, 
CO. Sussex ; born 
30 January 1859 ; 
marr. 8 July 1884. 



Sophia, marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Rev. Richard Fitz- 
Herbert, Rector of Warsop, co. Nottingham), 
on Tuesday, i June 1880, to the Hon'''^ 
Evelyn Henry Pierrepont of Higham 
Grange, Nuneaton, co. Warwick (2nd son of 
Sydney William Herbert, 3rd Earl Manvers, 
M.P., J. P. and D.L., by Georgine Jane 
Elizabeth Fanny his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Augustin Louis Joseph Casimir Gustave de 
Franquetot, Due de Coigny, of France) : 
born at 6 Tilney Street, London, on Satur- 
day, 23 August 1856; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 May 1875. 



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Frances Rafela, 3rd=j= 
dau. of Sir licnry 
I'it/.Hcrbert of Tis- 
sington Hall, co. 
Derby, 3rd Baronet, 
by Agnes his wife, 
2nd dau. of the Rev. 
William Beresford ; 
niarr. at Tissington 
(by the Rev. William 
Alderson, Rector of 
Aston, CO. York) on 
Wednesday, 13 No- 
vember 1 844 ; died at 
Mayfield, co. Stafford, 
aged 25, on Monday, 
9 July 1849, bur. at 
Tissington. ist wife. 



Rev. Godfrey Harry Arkwright= 
of Sutton Scarsdale, co. 
Derby ; born 10 October 
1814 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A 1837, M.A. 
1841 ; Vicar of Heath and 
Ault-Hucknall, co. Derby ; 
died at Sutton Scarsdale, 
aged 52, on Monday, 17 
December i866, bur. there. 
Will dated 14 November 1866, 
with codicil dated 6 December 
1866, [jroved (Prin. Reg., 
66, 67) II February 1867, by 
John Knight FitzHerbert of 
Breadsall, co. Derby, Henry 
Edward Pellew and Mansfield 
Forster Mills of Duckmanton 
Lodge, CO. Derby, the Exors. 



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=Marian Hilare Adelaide, youngest dau. 
of the Very Rev. the Hon'''"' Ceorge 
Pellew, D.D., Dean of Norwich, 
by the Hon''''^ Frances his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Henry, ist Viscount Sidmouth ; 
marr. at Norwich Cathedral (by the 
Rev. the Hon'''= Edward Pellew) on 
Thursday, 24 April 1862 ; died at 
Adbury House, Newbury, co. Berks, 
aged 70, on Sunday, 22 December 

1901, bur. at Burghclere, co. Hants. 
Will dated 27 July 1896, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 143, 1902) 27 February 

1902, by Godfrey Edward Pellew 
Arkwright, Walter George Arkwright 
and Marian Ursula Arkwright, spinster, 
the Exors. 2nd wife. 



{For issue sec pas^e 80.) 



Louisa Jane Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of= 
Henry John Millbank of Newsham, 
CO. York, D.L., by Lady Margaret 
Henrietta Maria his wife, only dau. 
of George Harry, Lord Grey of 
Groby, and sister of George Harry, 
7th Earl of Stamford ; born 29 Jan- 
uary 1849 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London (by the Most 
Rev. Charles Thomas Longley, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, assisted by the 
Rev. William Henry Langhorne), on 
Thursday, 2 June 1868; died at 37 
St. James' Place, London, aged 24, 
on Tuesday, 6 May, bur. at Sutton 
Scarsdale 9 May 1873. ist wife. 



=Francis Arkwright of Coton= 
House, Rugby, co. Warwick, 
and of Overton Marton, 
Wellington, New Zealand ; 
born 17 March 1846, bapt. 
at Mayfield ; educated at 
Eton ; M.P. for East Derby- 
shire 1874-80; J. P. for CO. 
Derby and for North Riding, 
CO. York, Lord of the 
Manor of Churchover, co. 
Warwick ; Member of the 
Legislative Council of New 
Zealand ; formerly of the 
1 00th Foot. 



=Hon''''= Eveline, 3rd dau. 
of William Wells, 3rd 
Viscount Sidmouth, by 
Georgiana Susan his wife, 
eldest dau. of the Very 
Rev. the Hon*"'' George 
Pellew, D.D., Dean of 
Norwich ; born at Heavi- 
tree, co. Devon, on 
Sunday, 21 March 1852; 
marr. at Upper Ottery, 
CO. Devon, on Wednes- 
day, 15 September 1875. 
2nd wife. 



Margaret Louisa, born at 37 St. James' Place, London, on 
Monday, 28 April 1873, bapt. at Burghclere; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, co. Middlesex (by the Rev. William 
Harry Arkwright), on Wednesday, 24 July 1907, to Whitmore 
Monckton, Resident Magistrate, New Guinea. 



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Eustace Arkwright, born 27 neccmber= 
18 18; entered the Army as Cornet 9th 
(The Queen's Royal) Light Dragoons 
31 January 1840, afterwards of the 4th 
Light Dragoons ; died at Geneva, Switzer- 
land, on Tuesday, 15 September 1846, 
bur. in the English Cemetery at Geneva. 
Adiiion was granted (P.C.C. 219, 46) 24 
October 1846, to Emma Anne Arkwright, 
relict. Portrait at Sutton Scarsdale, co. 
Derby, in the possession of William 
Arkwright, his nephew. 



=Emma Anne, dau. of John Stracey, by Emma 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Christopher Clitherow 
of Boston House, Brentford, co. Middlesex ; born 
at Sprowston Lodge, co. Norfolk ; marr. at Rack- 
heath, CO. Norfolk, 21 October 1845 ; died at 
5 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, London, 
aged 79, on Friday, 6 June, bur. at Crostwick, 
CO. Norfolk, 10 June 1902. Will dated 8 August 

1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 885, 1902) 15 July 

1902, by Eustacie Emma Millicent Hutton, 
widow, and Charles Eustace Hutton, the Exors. 



Eustacie Emma Millicent, born at Sprowston Lodge, co. Norfolk, 13 January 1847 ; marr. at 
All Souls', Langham Place, London (by the Rev. Canon James William Lucas Heaviside), on 
Tuesday, 30 August 1870, to Colonel George Morland Hutton of Gate Burton, co. Lincoln, C.B. 
(2nd son of William Hutton of Gate Burton, J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln, High Sheriff 1832, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of Nicholas Bacon, 2nd son of Sir Edmund Bacon, Baronet) ; born at 
Gate Burton 3 December 1834; entered the Army as Ensign 46th Foot (The South Devon- 
shire) 28 October 1853, Lieutenant 15 September 1854; served in the Crimea, and was 
present at the taking of Sebastopol (medal with clasp and Turkish medal) ; Lieut. -Colonel 
and Hon. Colonel ist Lincolnshire Volunteer Artillery 12 March 1868; J. P., D.L. and 
High Sheriff for co. Lincoln ; a Director of the Great Central Railway Company ; nominated 
C.B. 10 May 1892; died suddenly at the Carlton Club, London, on Monday, 11 February, 
bur. in the family vault at Gate Burton 15 February 1901. 



Rev. William Harry Arkwright, born at= 
Tissington, co. Derby, 23 January, bapt. 
there 27 March 1848; educated at Eton 
and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
17 October 1866, B.A. and M.A. 1873; 
Vicar of Rowsley, co. Derby, 1879-85, 
Curate of St. Paul's, Walworth, co. Surrey, 
1885-86, Perpetual Curate of Cromford, 
CO. Derby, 1886-93, Vicar of Wirksworth, 
CO. Derby, 1893- 1902, and Rural Dean 
1894-1903, Prebendary of Southwell 
Cathedral 1 900-1905, Rector of High- 
clere, co. Plants, since 1905 ; J. P. for 
CO. Leicester. 



^Margery Bertha, 5th dau. of the Frances Alice, 

Rev. Henry Arkwright, Vicar of born 27 June 

Bodenham, CO. Hereford, by Ellen 1849; died 

his 2nd wife, dau. of Captain John on Monday, 4 

Home Purves of Coldinghani, co. April, bur. at 

Berwick ; born 27 April, bapt. at Sutton Scars- 

Bodenham 26 June 1853 ; marr. dale 7 April 

there (by the Rev. Edward 1864. 
Massie, assisted by the Rev. 
Randall Davidson, Chaplain to 
the Archbishop of Canterbury) 
on Wednesday, 22 May 1878. 

{See Pedigree of Arkwright, 
Vol. 7, page 20.) 



Bertram Harry Godfrey Arkwright= 
of The P"irs, Datchet, co. Bucking- 
ham ; born at 4 Montagu Square, 
London, on Monday, 12 May 
1879, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London ; 
educated at Eton and at Oriel 
College, Oxford. 



=Grace Emma Julia, only dau. of Albert Frederic Hurt of 
Alderwasley, co. Derby, J. P. and D.L., by Alice his wife, 
3rd dau. of Frederick Peter Delnie Radcliffe of Hitchin 
Priory, co. Hertford ; marr. by special licence at Alderwasley 
(by the Rev. \Villiam Harry Arkwright, assisted by her uncle, 
the Rev. Richard Norman Hurt, Vicar of Sandal Magna, 
CO. York, and the Rev. Rol)ert \\'eston) on Tuesday, 10 
June 1902. 



Robert Harry Bertram Arkwright, 
born at Bickley, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 30 July 1903, bapt. at 
Alderwasley. 

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Francis Bertram Arkwright, 
born at Bickley on Monday, 
30 January 1905, bapt. there. 



Edward Harry Ark\vright,= 
born at 93 Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, 
London, on Saturday, 26 
June 1880, bapt. there 
privately ; educated at 
Eton ; entered the Royal 
Horse Artillery in 1899, 
Lieutenant (retired) 1904. 



=Rachel Winifred, youngest dau. 
of Henry Wigram of Northlands, 
CO. Wilts, by Penelope his wife, 
dau. of George Eyre of Warrens, 
CO. Wilts, J. P. ; born 22 July 
1878 ; marr. at Landford, co. Wilts 
(by the Rev. William Harry 
Arkwright, assisted by the Rev. 
William Mills Dewe, the Rector), 
on Wednesday, 12 August 1908. 



.1 I 
Henry FitzHerbert Arkwright, 
born at 7 Cambridge Square, 
Hyde Park, London, on 
Wednesday, 4 January 1882, 
bapt. at Rowsley, co. Derby ; 
educated at Winchester. 



Ellen Augusta, born at 4 
Montagu Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 29 January 1884, 
bapt. at Burghclere. 



Alice Lucy Marian, born at Robert Home Purves Arkwright, Charles Arkwright, born at 



4 Montagu Square, Maryle- 
bone, London, on Monday, 
8 June 1885, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Lorrimore Square, 
Walworth, co. Surrey. 



born at 20 Montagu Street, 
Marylebone, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 6 March 1889, bapt. at 
Cromford, co. Derby; educated 
at \\'inchester. 



26 Chester Square, London, 
on Friday, 11 July 1890, 
bapt. at Cromford; educated 
at Winchester. 



Frances Rafela, 3rd=j=Rev. Godfrey Harry=j=Marian Hilare Adelaide, 



dau. of Sir Henry I Arkwright of Sutton 
FitzHerbert, Baronet. Scarsdale, co. Derby. 
I St wife. 



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i^For issue see page y8.) 



youngest dau. of the Very 
Rev. the Hon'''' George 
Pellew, D.D., Dean of 
Norwich. 



Marian Ursula, born in 
the Cathedral Precincts, 
Norwich, on Sunday, 
25 January 1863, bapt. 
at Norwich Cathedral. 



Godfrey Edward Pellew Arkwright of Crowshott, Highclere, co. 
Hants; born in London on Sunday, 10 April 1S64, bapt. at Great 
Chart, CO. Kent ; educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 October 18S3 (2nd-class Classical Mods. 1885, 
4th-class Classics 1887). 



Walter George Arkwright of Great= 
Gravels, Burghclere, co. Hants ; born 
at Sutton Scarsdale, co. Derby, 22 
July 1865, bapt. there ; educated at 
Limpsfield and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 January 1884, 
Exhibitioner 1883 (2nd-class Classical 
Mods. 1885, 2nd-class Hist. 1887). 



=Annie Mary, eldest dau. of Francis Bacon of Earlstone, 
Burghclere, by Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Langley, Rector of Ganarew, co. Hereford ; born at 
Cholsey, co. Berks, 9 February 1874, bapt. there; marr. 
at Burghclere (by her cousin, the Rev. John Medley, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon Alexander Colvin Blunt, 
the Rector) on Thursday, 27 November 1902. 



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Anns on record in the College of 
Anns. — Azure a fesse dancettee 
ermine between three lions' heads 
erased or murally crowned argent. 

Crest. — A Hon's head erased or 
murally crowned argent charged 
with a fesse dancettee ermine. 



Rev. John Fcllowes (4th son of= 
Robert Fell()we.s of Shoteshani 
Park, CO. Norfolk, by Ann his wife, 
eldest dau. of John Berney of 
Bracon Ash, co. Norfolk) ; born 
at Shotesham 2 July, bapt. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 5 August 1785; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
(14th Senior Optime) 1807, M.A. 
1 810; Rector of Beighton 18 
November 1S24 to 1827, of Mautby 
9 July 1827 to 1838, of Branierton 
2 July 1827 to 1838, of Shote- 
sham 25 August 1 8 10 to 1838, and 
Vicar of Easton 1809-36; died at 
Shotesham Rectory, aged 52, on 
Tuesday, 20 February, bur. in the 
family vault at Shotesham All 
Saints 28 February 1838. Will 
dated 10 March 1828, with codicil 
dated 15 April 1829, proved 
(P.C.C. 314 NMoH) 12 May 
1838, by Susan Fellowes, relict, 
and Robert F'ellowes, brother, the 
Exors. 

{See Vol. 8, page loi.) 



iSusan, 5th dau. of the 
Hon'''^ Thomas Lyon of 
Hetton House, co. Durham, 
by Mary Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Farren Wren of 
Binchester, co. Durham ; 
born TO January, bapt. at 
Houghton-le-Spring, co. 
Durham, 13 April 1790; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rt. Rev. Henry 
Bathurst, Bishop of Nor- 
wich), on Wednesday, 29 
May 1 8 1 1 ; died at Shote- 
sham Rectory, aged 74, 
on Friday, 14 October, 
bur. in the family vault at 
Shotesham All Saints 20 
October 1864. Will dated 
4 June 1855, with codicil 
dated 5 August 1864, proved 
at Norwich 29 November 
1864, by the Rev. Charles 
Fellowes of Shotesham All 
Saints, son, the sole Exor. 



Rev. John Fellowes, born 18 June 
1812; of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; Vicar of Stoke Holy Cross, 
CO. Norfolk, 28 June 1836; died un- 
married at Leamington, co. Warwick, 
aged 25, 25 January 1838, bur. there. 



Rev. Charles Fellowes of Shotesham 
Park ; born at Shotesham, bapt. at 
Shotesham All Saints 23 November 
1813; educated at Uppingham and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. (Senior Optime and 2nd-class 
Classical Tripos) 1836, M.A. 1839; 
Rector of Mautby 25 April 1838, and 
of Shotesham 27 April 1838; died 
unmarried at Shotesham Rectory, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 17 December 
1896, bur. in the family vault at 
Shotesham All Saints. Will dated 
31 May 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
35> 97) 4 January 1897, by Evelyn 
Napier Fellowes, nephew, and John 
Wilson Gilbert, the Exors. 



Susan Anne Frances, born at Shotesham, bapt. at 
Shotesham All Saints 12 October 1814; marr. 
there on Tuesday, 25 March 1845, Stephen Charles 
Denison, 6th son of John Denison (formerly 
Wilkinson) of Ossington, co. Nottingham, ALP. for 
Chichester; born 20 July 181 1, bapt. at the parish 
church, Marylebone ; educated at Eton and at 
Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 27 November 
1828, B.A. (ist-class Lit. Hum.) 1832, Stowell 
Fellow of University College, B.C.L. 1842 ; called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1839; 
Deputy Judge Advocate ; died at Barnwood House, 
Gloucester, 29 April 1871, bur. in the cemetery at 
Gloucester. Adinon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 7 June 1871, to Susan Anne Frances 
Denison, relict. She died at Claremont Lodge, Eaton 
Park, Norwich, aged 63, on Sunday, 23 June 1878, 
and was bur. in the family vault at Shotesham 
All Saints. Will v?ith codicil dated 8 September 
1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 639, 78) 15 August 1878, 
by Henry Denison, Lieutenant Royal Engineers, 
son, the Rev. Charles Fellowes, Rector of Shotesham 
and Mautby, brother, and Walter George Frank 
Phillimore, Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. 

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James Fellowes, born at Shoteshani= 
Rectory, co. Norfolk, bapt. at Shotesham 
All Saints 8 September 1815; Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers i December 1833, 
Captain i April 1846; died 26 July 
1846, bur. at Grahanistown, Cape 
Colony, South Africa. 



=Susanna Catherine, dau. of Edward Van Reemen ; 
born 17 August 1816; marr. at Port Elizabeth, Cape 
Colony, South Africa, 17 November 1840; died 28 
March 1895, ^'J''- ^^ North Minims, co. Hertford. 
Will dated 24 October 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
416, 95) 24 April 1895, '^y John James Hamillon, 
one of the Exors. 



Colonel James Fellowes, born 25 August 1841 ; entered= 
the Army as Lieutenant Royal Engineers 22 June 1858, 
Captain 17 February 1872, Major 8 September 1879, 
Lieut. -Colonel 2 July 1885, Colonel in the Army 2 July 
1889, Substantive Colonel 12 February 1891 ; Assistant 
Instructor Military Surveying School of Military 
Engineering 24 June 1872 to 4 July 1877 ; Adjutant to 
Auxiliary Forces 5 July 1877 to 13 September 1879; 
Assistant Commandant School of Military Engineering 
22 May 1888 to I July 1890; Colonel on Staff 
(commanding Royal Engineers) Gibraltar 12 February 
1 89 1 to II February 1896, and of the Thames district 
9 April 1896; retired 25 August 1898. 



^Harriett Hall, youngest dau. of 
William Chapell Hodge of Pounds, 
CO. Devon ; born 1 1 September 
1843 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, co. Devon (by the Rev. 
Charles Trelawny Collins Trelawny), 
on Tuesday, 7 May 1867 ; died 
16 November, bur. at Hale, co. 
Surrey, 19 November 1903. Will 
dated 7 December 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 40, 1904) 13 January 
1904, by Lieut.-Colonel Henry 
Denison, the surviving Exor. 



Anna Susan, born at Pounds on Friday, 3 April 1868 ; 
marr. at the Cathedral, Gibraltar (by the Ven''''^ Decimus 
Storry Govett, Archdeacon of Gibraltar), on Wednesday, 
21 February 1894, to Walter Coote Hedley of 44 St. 
George's Square, London (youngest son of Robert 
Hedley, by Katherine his wife, dau. of Charles Coote 
of Bellamont Forest, co. Cavan) ; born at Sidbrook, near 
Taunton, co. Somerset, on Tuesday, 12 December 1865; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant Roj-al Engineers 

9 December 1884, Major 18 January 1902 ; served in 
South African War 1899-1902, at relief of Ladysmith, 
including action at Colenso ; in actions at Spion Kop, 
Vaal Kranz, on Tugela Heights and Pieter's Hill ; 
operations in Natal March to June 1900, including action 
at Laing's Nek (6 to 9 June) ; in the Transvaal 30 
November 1900 to 31 May 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches, " London Gazette," 8 February and 

10 September 1901, Brevet of Major, Queen's medal 
with six clasps.) =p 



James William= 
Fellowes, born 
at Pounds on 
Monday, 1 5 
March 1869; 
of the Bombay 
Police. 



=Nora Moore, 2nd 
dau. of William 
Campbell Pullin, 
late 1 6th Lancers; 
born on Sunday, 
II February 1877; 
marr. at Bentley, 
CO. Hants, 26 
January 1905. 



James William Kyrle Fellowes, 
born 15 April 1906, bapt. at 
Karwar, Lidia. 



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I 

Rev. Thomas Lyon Fellowes, born at= 
Shotesham, co. Norfolk, 2 January 1818, 
bapt. at Shotesham All Saints ; educated at 
Hingham, at Rugby and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 June 1835, B.A. 
1839, M.A. 1873 ; Rector of Beighton, co. 
Norfolk, 21 December 1844 to 1867, Vicar 
of Honingham with East Tuddenham, co. 
Norfolk, 1867 until his death, Hon. Canon of 
Norwich 1873 ; died at the Vicarage, Honing- 
ham, aged 63, on Friday, 24 June, bur. at 
Honingham 30 June 1881. Will dated 9 Sep- 
tember 1876, proved at Norwich 17 August 
1 88 1, by Elizabeth Pleasance Fellowes, 
relict, and the Rev. Edward Lyon Fellowes 
of Wimpole, co. Cambridge, son, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Pleasance, eldest dau. of James Reeve 
of Lowestoft, CO. Suffolk, by Lorina his wife, 
dau. of John Farr of Cove Hall, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Cove Hall 13 May 1823; marr. at 
Lowestoft II June 1844; died at Putteridge 
Grange, co. Hertford, in her 76th year, on 
Friday, 5 August, bur. at Honingham 9 August 
1898. Will dated 4 May 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 119, 98) II October 1898, by Charles 
James Fellowes, Commander Royal Navy, and 
Evelyn Napier Fellowes, sons, the Exors. 





Frederick William 
Fellowes, born in 
1845 ; died at 
Hastings, co. Sus- 
sex, in 1852, bur. 
there. 



sington, London : 
born 2 2 May 
1848; marr. at St. 
Stephen's, Gloucester Road, South 



Admiral Sir John Fellowes of Roestock Hall, co.^Jeannie, youngest 
Hertford, K.C.B. ; born i April 1843, bapt. at dau. of William 
Brighton, co. Sussex; entered the Royal Navy 15 Feetham Miller 
May 1856, Sub-Lieutenant 15 June 1862, Lieutenant of 66 Cromwell 
24 March 1863, Commander 18 September 1873, Road, South Ken- 
Captain 29 January 1880, Rear- Admiral i January 
1895, Vice-Admiral 17 March 1901, Admiral 26 
November 1904, retired 8 June 1905; served in 
"Ariel" and "High Flyer" on East Coast of Africa, 

in suppressing slave trade, 1860-68, attack on Katif Kensington (by the Rev. Joseph Peter 
Forts, Persian Gulf, 1865 (twice wounded, mentioned Waldo, the Vicar, assisted by the 
in despatches) ; commanded " Minotaur," during Rev. Kirkshaw Thomson Pierson), on 
Egyptian War 1882 (Egyptian medal, Khedive's Tuesday, 27 November 1883. 
bronze star, 3rd-class Medjidie) ; Principal Transport 
Officer Suakim, during the operations in Eastern 

Soudan 1885 (specially mentioned in despatches by Lord Wolseley, C.B., Suakim clasp, 
Khedive's bronze star, promoted to the 2nd-class Medjidie by the Sultan of Turkey 
October 1889); A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 25 February 1892 to i January 1895; Captain 

Superintendent Sheemess Dockyard i January 1894 to i January 
1895; Umpire at Naval Manoeuvres 1896; 2nd in command of 
the Channel P^leet May 1897 to i June 1898; has received 
the Order of Saxe Ernestine (2nd-class), and the Royal Humane 
Society's medal 1883; K.C.B. 9 November 1903. 




Edward Hall Fellowes,^Bessie Baylan, dau. of Rufus Ida Sinclair, born at 12 Prospect Row, 

born at Pounds, co. Sylvester Tucker of Raleigh, Old Brompton, co. Kent, on Thursday, 

North Carolina, L^.S.A. ; 28 March 1872 ; died unmarried at 

born 28 April 187 1 ; marr. Engineer House, Gibraltar, aged 22, on 

at Raleigh, North Carolina, Monday, 5 November 1894, bur. at 

23 August 1897. Gibraltar the next day. 

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Devon, on Monday, 1 1 
April 1870. 



Frederick Fellowes, 
bapt. at Shotesham 
All Saints, co. Nor- 
folk, II July 1819; 
died unmarried. 



Rev. William Fellowes of Mangreen Hall, co. Norfolk ; born a 
Shotesham, bapt. at Shotesham All Saints 27 April 1821 ; educated 
at Shrewsbury and at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1845, 
M.A. 1848, Fellow of Dulwich College 1848-58 ; Curate of Mautby, 
CO. Norfolk, 1844-48, and of Dunston and Swainsthorpe, same county, 
1861-85; died unmarried at Mangreen Hall, in his 75th year, on 
Wednesday, i April, bur. in the family vault at Shotesham All Saints 
4 April 1895. Will dated 28 June 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 572, 95) 
28 May 1895, by Evelyn Napier Fellowes, nephew, one of the Exors. 



Rev. Edward Lyon Fellowes, born at Lingwood, co. Norfolk, = 
on Wednesday, 23 April 1845, bapt. there; educated at 
IMarlborough and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 October 1864, B.A. (Hulmeian Exhibitioner) 1868, M.A. 
1872; Vicar of Cumnor, co. Berks, 1874-76, Rector of Wim- 
pole, CO. Cambridge, 1876, Vicar of Arrington, co. Cambridge, 
1877; died suddenly at Papworth Everard, co. Cambridge, on 
Thursday, 23 July, bur. at Wimpole 27 July 1896. Will dated 
13 April 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 786, 96) 22 August 1896, 
by Margaret Rosamond Fellowes, relict, Reginald Octavius 
Fellowes and Evelyn Napier Fellowes, brothers, the Exors. 



f^^^. >jk/^^^n.^^-s^ 



=Margaret Rosamond, eldest 
dau. of Frederick Symonds 
of Oxford, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Alexander Dewar of 
Stirling, Physician to the 
Fleet ; born at 32 Beaumont 
Street, Oxford, on Monday, 
15 January 1849, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford ; 
marr. there (by the Rev. 
Thomas Lyon Fellowes, 
assisted by the Very Rev. 
Henry George Liddell, I.).D., 
Dean of Christ Church) on 
Wednesday, 21 April 1875. 



Thomas Lyon Fellowes, born 
at the Vicarage, Cumnor, on 
Monday, 27 March, bapt. at 
Cumnor 30 April 1876 ; 
educated at Rugby. 



Rosamond Sophie, born at 29 
Beaumont Street, Oxford, on 
Monday, 17 December 1877, 
bapt. at Wimpole 24 February 
1878. 



Constance Gwendoline, born at Oxford on Tuesday, 31 May, 
bapt. at Wimpole 31 July 1881 ; marr. at All Saints', 
Cambridge (by her uncle, the Rt. Rev. John Percival, Bishop 
of Hereford), on Thursday, 17 May 1906, to the Rev. Arthur 
Mortimer Luckock (son of the Very Rev. Herbert Mortimer 
Luckock, D.D., Dean of Lichfield, by Margaret his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Henry Thompson of Thingwall Hall, co. Lancaster, 
J. P. and D.L.); born at Cambridge 28 October, bapt. at Ely 
Cathedral 9 December 1880; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1899, B.A. 1902, M.A. 1907; 
Assistant Curate of Kettering since 1905. 



Louisa Christian, born at 12 Prospect Row, Old Brompton, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
24 October 1874, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton ; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 9 April 1907, Frederick Arthur Irby of Boyland Hall, co. Norfolk (elder son of 
Lieut.-Colonel Leonard Howard Loyd Irby of the 74th Foot) ; born at Mitchett Lodge, 
near P'arnborough, co. Hants, on Friday, 23 June 1865 ; entered the Army as Lieutenant 
ist Battalion Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own) 29 August 1885, Captain 
5 December 1894, retired 13 March 1895; served in the Burmese Expedition 1886-88 (medal 
with clasp); in South African War 1902, at operations in Orange River Colony January to 
31 May 1902, and in Cape Colony January 1902 (Queen's medal with three clasps). 



84 



Miriam Chevallier, only= 
dau. of Henry Roberts 
of The Limes, Weybridge, 
CO. Surrey, Commissioner 
of Inland Revenue ; born 
i8 July 1S53; marr. at 
St. James', Weybridge (by 
the Rev. Thomas Lyon 
Fellowes, assisted by the 
Rev. Edward Joseph Rose), 
on Thursday, 15 June 1876; 
died at Hook Cottage, 
Horndean, co. Hants, 
aged 31, on Friday, 23 
January, bur. at Horndean 
27 January 1885. Will 
dated 29 August 1881, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 334, 
8s) 2 April 1885, by 
Charles James Fellowes, 
husband, the sole Exor. 
I St wife. 



=Charles James Fellowes of= 
Ickleford Manor, co. Hert- 
ford, and of Hook Cottage, 
Horndean, co. Hants; born 
28 January, bapt. at Beigh- 
ton, CO. Norfolk, 21 March 
1847 ; entered the Royal 
Navy I June i860, Sub- 
Lieutenant 24 June 1866, 
Lieutenant i June 1869; 
Commander (retired) 31 
March 1881 ; J. P. for co. 
Hertford. 



=Isabel Grace, younger dau. of John 
Hegan of 20 Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, by Margaret 
Lsabel his wife, dau. of Robert Fisher 
of Caxton Lodge, Highbury Place, co. 
Middlesex; born 14 July 1858; marr. 
at St. Faith's, Havant, co. Hants 
(by the Rev. Edward Lyon Fellowes, 
assisted by the Rev. Canon William 
Renaud, the Rector), on Tuesday, 
16 November 1886. 2nd wife. 




Cyril Fellowes, Marjorie Isabel, born Barbara Maud, born 
born 12 June at Langston Lodge, at The Lane House, 
1888, bapt. at Havant, on Monday, King's Walden, co. 
Blendworth, co. 15 December 1890, Hertford, on Sunday, 
Hants. bapt. at Havant. 18 September 1892, 

bapt. at King's Walden. 



I 
Zoe Pleasance, born 1 2 April, bapt. at St. Simon's, 
Southsea, co. Hants, 17 May 1877; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rt. Rev. 
Edgar Jacob, Bishop of St. Albans, assisted by the 
Rt. Rev. Thomas Stevens, Bishop of Barking, and 
the Rev. William Armstrong Willis), on Thursday, 17 
January 1907, to the Rev. Percy Griffiths (youngest 
son of Charles Griffiths) ; born at Hay, co. Brecon, 
25 September 1872 ; educated at Lampeter, B.A. 
1897; Vicar of Stainfield, co. Lincoln, 1904- 1905, of 
Apley and Barlings, both co. Lincoln, 1905- 1906, 
and of Steeple with Stangate, co. Essex, 1906-1908, 
Rector of Ryme Intrinseca, co. Dorset, since 1908. 



Harold Fellowes, born 
at the College, Ports- 
mouth Dockyard, on 
Sunday, 5 May 1878, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Portsea, co. Hants ; 
died at The Limes, 
Weybridge, on Sun- 
day, 25 August 1878, 
bur. at Weybridge. 



Robert Fellowes, 
born 3 1 October 
1882, bapt. at 
Blendworth. 



George Fellowes, 
born 31 December 
1884, bapt. at 
Horndean ; edu- 
cated at Malvern 
and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge. 



Hilda, born at 15 Hillsborough Square, Glasgow, on Wednesday, 2 July 1879; niarr. 
at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, London, 31 January 1905, Arthur 
Charles Herbert MacGregor (son of Major-General Sir George MacGregor, K.C.B., by Harriot 
his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Whitehead of Uplands Hall, co. Lancaster, K.C.B.) ; born at 
Glencarnock, Torquay, co. Devon, on Sunday, 17 November 1867 ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Scots Fusiliers 13 April 1887, Major 25 August 1906; served in South 
African War 1900-1902, at relief of Ladysmith and action at Yaa\ Kranz : on Tugela Heights 
and action at Pieter's Hill; operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
in Natal March and April 1900; in the Transvaal, West of Pretoria, July to 29 November 
1900; in Cape Colony, North of Orange River; afterwards on Staff as Intelligence Officer 
in the Transvaal, Staff-Captain for Intelligence in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony and 
D.A.A.G. for Intelligence in Transvaal 30 November 1900 to 31 May 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with five clasps. King's 
medal with two clasps). =r 

^ 85 



Pleasance Susan, born at Lowes- 
toft, CO. Suffolk, 21 July, bapt. at 
Beighton, co. Norfolk, i October 
1848; marr. at Honingham, co. 
Norfolk (by the Rev. Edward 
Lyon Fellowes, assisted by the 
Rev. Charles Fellowes, Rector 
of Shotesham, co. Norfolk), on 
Thursday, 3 October 1872, to 
Edward Jesser Coope of Bere- 
church Hall, co. Essex (only son 
of Octavius Edward Coope of 
Rochetts, Brentwood, and of 
Berechurch Hall, both co. Essex, 
M.P., J.P. and D.L., by Emily 
his wife, dau. of Captain Fulcher 
of the Indian Army) ; born 
at Rochetts, Brentwood, on 
Monday, 5 November 1849; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 June 1868; J.P. for 
the counties of Leicester and 
Essex; Captain Suffolk Yeomanry 
1886-90. 



Rev. Henry Cecil= 
Fellowes of 5 Eaton 
Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London ; born 
at Beighton 22 No- 
vember 1 85 1, bapt. 
there 1 1 January 
1852; educated at 
Fauconberg and 

Marlborough and at 
Lichfield; Rector of 
Framingham Earl 
with Bixley, co. Nor- 
folk, 1876-78, and of 
Beighton 1878-84, 
Vicar of King's Wal- 
den, CO. Hertford, 
1884-92, Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, 
Norwich, 1884-86. 



=Mary Edith Routh, eldest dau. of 
AVilliam Robert Clarke of Wattlefield 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, by Eliza his wife, 
dau. of W. Routh of Blackheath, co. 
Kent; born 12 February 1848; marr. 
at Wymondham, co. Norfolk (by the 
Rev. Thomas Lyon Fellowes, assisted 
by the Rev. Canon Robert Eden, 
the Vicar, and the Rev. Frederick 
Comings Beaumont), on \A'ednesday, 
14 April 1875; died at 27 Oxford 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on 
Wednesday, i February, bur. at 
Byfleet, co. Surrey, 4 February 1893. 
Adifion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 4 November 1893, to the 
Rev. Henry Cecil Fellowes of Byfleet, 
husband. 




Pleasance Edith, born at Beighton Rectory on Saturday, 1 7 August, Lyon Cecil Fellowes, 
bapt. at Beighton 22 September 1878; marr. at Christ Church, Down born at Beighton 
Street, Piccadilly, London, 30 April i8g6, Arthur Bingham Crabbe (son Rectory on Wednes- 
of Edward Crabbe); born at 15 Hans Place, Sloane Street, Chelsea, day, 6 April, bapt. at 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 4 April 1857; entered the Army as Beighton in July 1881. 
2nd Lieutenant 41st Foot 11 May 1878; transferred to 3rd Hussars 
15 January 1879, Captain 9 March 1886, exchanged in 1894 to 

8th Hussars, retired 17 October 1894; Captain Worcestershire (The Queen's Own) Hussars 
7 May 1902 ; served in South African War 1881, in Egyptian Expedition 1882, at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, bronze star) ; in South African War with Imperial Yeomanry 
1900, at operations in the Orange Free State, in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and in 
Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal 
with three clasps.) 



86 



Thomas Lyon 
Fellowes, born 
at Beighton, co. 
Norfolk, 4 No- 
vember 1853, 
bapt. there 1 2 
February 1854; 
died at Lowes- 
toft, CO. Suffolk, 
aged 8, on 
Sunday, 26 Oc- 
tober, bur. at 
St. Margaret's, 
Lowestoft, I No- 
vember 1862. 



Alfred Reeve Fellowes= 
of Byfleet Lodge, co. 
Surrey; born 18 April, 
bapt. at Beighton 15 
July 1855 ; educated 
at Haileybury ; died at 
Byfleet Lodge, aged 28, 
on Tuesday, 29 May, 
bur. at Byfleet i June 
1883, the remains being 
removed to King's W'al- 
den, CO. Hertford, in 
February 1887. Adftion 
was granted at the 
Principal Registry 8 No- 
vember 1883, to Annette 
Mary Audley Fellowes 
of Byfleet Lodge, relict. 



Lorina Adela Maude, 
born 13 October, 
bapt. at Beighton 
7 December 1856 
died at Surrey Street 
Norwich, on Satur- 
day, 9 January, bur. 
at Honingham, co- 
Norfolk, 13 January 
1892. 



=Annette Mary Audley, only 
dau. of William Hinds of 
King's Walden, co. Hertford, 
and of Byfleet Lodge, co. 
Surrey ; born 4 February 
1855 ; marr. at Byfleet (by 
the Very Rev. Henry George 
Liddell, D.D., Dean of Christ 
Church, Oxford, assisted by 
the Rev. Newton John Spicer, 
the Rector) on Saturday, 1 1 
June 1881. She marr. 2ndly 

at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 16 January 1896, William Henry 
Stafford Jerningham of Costessey Hall, co. Norfolk; 
born 28 November 1867; J. P. for co. Norfolk. 
She died at Costessey Hall on Saturday, 29 
November, and was bur. at Costessey on Wednes- 
day, 2 December 1896. He marr. 2ndly, Coralie, 
dau. of Benjamin Francis Hallowell Carew of 
Beddington Park, co. Surrey. 



! 

Alfred Rupert Fellowes, born at 
Byfleet Lodge on Friday, 29 June, 
bapt. at Byfleet 29 July 1883; 
educated at Wellington College. 



87 



Frederic \\'illiam= 
Fellowes of The 
Lane House, 
King's \V'alden, 
CO. Hertford ; 
born 1 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Beighton,co. Nor- 
folk, 29 March 
1858 ; educated 
at Marlborough. 



=Emily Frances Annie, eldest dau. of 
Colonel George Sowerby of Putteridge 
Park, CO. Hertford, of 13alton Hall, co. 
York, and of Eialston Hall, co. Cumber- 
land, J. P., by Emily Isabella Jane his 
wife, dau. of Robert Airey of Jesmond, co. 
Northumberland; born at Wycliffe Hall, 
CO. York, on Thursday, 16 February 1865; 
marr. at Lilley, co. Hertford (by the Rev. 
Edward Lyon Fellowes, assisted by the 
Rev. John Adolphus Liddell Fellowes and 
the Rev. Arthur Cole Haviland, the Rector), 
12 June 1894. 



Rev. John Adolphus Liddell 
Fellowes, born 29 April, bapt. 
at Beighton 10 July 1859; 
educated at Marlborough and 
at Exeter College, O.xford, 
matriculated 8 June 1878; 
Rector of Beighton 1884-86, 
of Drayton Cerne, co. Wilts, 
1886-91, and of Bunwell, co. 
Norfolk, 1891 ; Acting Chap- 
lain 4th Volunteer Battalion 
Norfolk Regiment 4 July 1900 
to May 1908. 



Reginald William Lyon Fellowes, born 
at Putteridge Grange, co. Hertford, 
6 August, bapt. at Lilley 15 September 
1895. 



Reginald Octa-= 
vius Fellowes 
of Wimpole 
Lodge, Roys- 
ton, CO. Cam- 
bridge ; born 
24 July, bapt. 
at Beighton 
21 October 
1 860; educated 
at Malvern 
College. 



=Florence Percy, dau. of 
Sir Henry Percy Ander- 
son, K.C'.B., K.C.M.G., 
by Fanny Isabella his 
ist wife, dau. of William 
Cuthbert of Beaufront 
Castle, CO. Northumber- 
land, J. P., D.L. ; born at 
2 Chester Street, Belgrave 
Square, London, on 
Saturday, 4 June 1870; 
marr. at Ely Cathedral 
(by the Rt. Rev. Lord 
Alwyne Compton, Bishop 
of Ely, assisted by the 
Rev. John Adolphus 
Liddell Fellowes) on 
Tuesday, 5 June igoo. 



I 
Evelyn Napier Fel-= 
lowes of 2 9 Warwick 
Square, Pimlico, 
London ; born at 
Beighton 3 June, 
bapt. there 17 
August 1862 ; edu- 
cated at Rugby and 
at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matricula- 
ted 1 5 October 
1881, B.A. (3rd- 
class Law) 1884 
(Honours: 2nd Law 
London) January 
1888; admitted a 
Solicitor 4 March 



=Wynefred, 2nd dau. of William 
George Rawlinson of Hill 
Lodge, Campden Hill, Ken- 
sington, London, by Margaret 
Mary his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Alexander John Cridland, 
Rector of Hensall, co. York ; 
born 1 6 January 1 8 7 1 ; marr. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London (by the Rev. John 
Adolphus Liddell Fellowes, 
Rector of Bunwell, assisted by 
the Rev. the Hon'''= Edward 
Carr Glyn, the Vicar, and 
the Rev. Launcelot Jefferson 
Percival), on Wednesday, 28 
October 1896. 



^trv.^^^^.^- ^?l^^^^r*^^e.S 



Percy Alwyne Fellowes, bom at Ely 
House, Dover Street, Piccadilly, 
London, 18 March 1901, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London. 



Pleasance Marjorie, born 
at 29 Warwick Square, 
Pimlico, London, on 
Wednesday, 22 September, 
bapt. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, 16 De- 
cember 1897. 



Evelyn Kenneth Fellowes, 
born at 29 Warwick 
Square, Pimlico, London, 
on Saturday, 13 May, 
bapt. at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, 10 June 
1899. 



JtUu/^ JvP'Co'^^i*^ 



88 



imps^on. 



Mary Ward, marr.= 
at St. Peter's, 
Derby, lo March 
1796; bur. there 
10 October 1804. 
I St wife. 



=Robert Simpson (son of John Simpson, by= 
Arabella his wife, dau. of Robert Grayson) ; 
born at Derby 11 April 1768; died at Derby 
23 December, bur. at St. Peter's, Derby, 30 
December 181 2. Will dated 31 January 18 12, 
with codicil dated 3 November 18 12, proved 
(P.C.C. loi Heathfield) 11 February 1813, 
by Cadman Hodgkinson and Arabella Simpson, 
spinster, sister, the Exors. 



=Mary Hodgkinson, born 
in 177s ; marr. by licence 
at Eckington, co. Derby, 
18 June 1806 ; died 
s.p. at Derby 24 Decem- 
ber, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Derby, 29 December 
18 10. 2nd wife. 



Anne, dau. of= 
John Borough 
of Derby ; 

born 7 April 
1799 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, 
Derby, 8 Au- 
gust 1820; 
died 10 July 
1832, buried 
at Derby, ist 
wife. 



=Rev. Robert Simpson, born at Derby 21 December, bapt.= 
at St. Peter's, Derby, 25 December 1796; of Queen's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1819, M.A. 1822 ; Vicar of 
Christ Church, Newark, co. Nottingham, 7 August 1837, 
Rector of Skerton, co. Lancaster, until his death ; died at 
Skerton, in his 59th year, 6 May, bur. there 11 May 1855. 
M.I. 



=Anne Bell, marr. 
at St. James', 
Nottingham, 28 
January 1834; 
died 29 Sep- 
tember 1883, 
bur. in Amo's 
Vale Cemetery, 
Bristol. 2ndwife. 



Eliza, bom at Newark, co. Nottingham, 
18 January 1835; died 16 June 1883, 
bur. in Amo's Vale Cemetery, Bristol. 



Mary, born at Derby 17 November 
1822; marr. at Clevedon, co. Somerset, 
I May 1862, William Moss (son of 
Robert Moss of Sheffield, co. York, by 
Mary Pass his wife) ; born 26 March 
1 803 ; died at Lincoln 1 3 November, 
bur. at Riseholme, co. Lincoln, 18 No- 
vember 1882. She died 19 June 1892, 
and was bur. at Riseholme. =j= 



Robert Simpson,= 
born at Derby 15 
November 1823; 
died s.p. 19 De- 
cember 1887, bur. 
at Ambleside, co. 
Westmoreland. 



=Sarah Elizabeth, of Oakfield 
Cottage, Sandbach, co. Chester, 
dau. of William Latham of Sand- 
bach, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Henry Latham of Ilkeston, 
CO. Derby ; born at Sandbach 
25 October 1844, bapt. there; 
marr. at Sandbach 8 March 1865. 



Arabella, born at Derby 17 
July 1825; marr. at Bolton-le- 
Sands, co. Lancaster, 21 June 
1855, Richard Atkinson Pea- 
cock (son of John Peacock of 
Slyne, co. Lancaster, by Sarah 
Atkinson his 2nd wife) ; bom at 
Slyne 8 December 181 1; died 
in London 2 February, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 
5 February 1885. She died 19 
December, and was bur. at St. 
Saviour's, Jersey, 23 December 
i860. =r 

A 



Edward Simpson= 
of Matfield Green, 
Paddock Wood, 
CO. Kent ; born 
at The Grange, 
Derby, 2 April, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Derby, 5 May 
1832. 



=Catharina Thorpe, 7 th dau. of Laurence 
Holker Potts, M.D., by Anne his wife, 
dau. of John Wright of Lower Red- 
brooke, co. Gloucester ; born at Bodmin, 
CO. Cornwall, 10 September, bapt. 
there 30 September 1835 ; marr. at 
St. Matthew's, Denmark Hill, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Stephen Bridge, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. George Wilkins, 
Vicar of Wix, co. Essex), on Thursday, 
24 September 1868. 

{See Pedigree of Potts, Vol. 14, 
page So.) 



Laurence Edward Simpson, bom at 17 Noel Road, Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 3 August, bwpt. 
at St. Matthew's, Denmark Hill, 22 September 1869; died at 24 Grummant Road, Peckham, 
CO. Surrey, 2 January, bur. in Camberwell Cemetery, Forest Hill, co. Surrey, 6 January 1S87. 

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Rev. John Simpson, D.D., born at Derby 5 January, bapt. at St. Peter's, = 
Derby, 9 January 1798; of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1821, 
M.A. 1S24, D.D. 1839; Perpetual Curate of Warslow and Elkstone, 
CO. Stafiford, and Vicar of Alstonfield, co. Stafford, 26 June 1822 until 
his death ; Rural Dean ; died at the Vicarage, Alstonfield, in his 73rd 
year, on Thursday, 20 January, bur. at Alstonfield 25 January 1870. 
Will dated 20 May 1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 372, 70) 24 May 
1870, by William Gordon and the Rev. Edward Josiah Hayton of 
Bradbourne, co. Derby, the Exors. 



=Emmeline, dau. of 
Francis Hawkins ; 
born in August 1 800 ; 
inarr. at Farringdon, 
CO. Berks, i Novem- 
ber 1827; died, aged 
48, 31 December 
1847, bur. at Alston- 
field 5 January 1848. 



Mary Grace, dau. of Captain=f=John Hawkins=^ 



Robert Foulerton, R.N. ; 
marr. at the Kensington 
Registry Office, London, 12 
April i856; died at 10 
Campden Road, Kensing- 
ton, aged 23, 30 November 
1867, bur. at Totteridge, co. 
Hertford, but not till 1 1 
November 1870. ist wife. 



Simpson, born 
at Derby 31 
August 1828 ; 
died at Bud- 
leigh Salterton, 
CO. Devon, 26 
June, bur. there 
30 June igo6. 



Jane, dau. of Isaac 
Powell, by Martha 
(nee Becton) his 
wife ; born 1 3 July 
1 84 1 ; marr. by 
licence at the St. 
Pancras Registry 
Office, London, 
28 June 1870. 
2nd wife. 



Emmeline Hawkins, Other 
bom 7 April 1830; issue, 
marr. at Alstonfield 
22 xVugust 1 866, the 
Rev. Edmund Gough of 
The Mansion, Nelson Street, 
Lowestoft, CO. Suffolk ; born 
16 April 1822 ; Vicar of 
Warslow 1866-77, Rector of 
Felsham, co. Suffolk, 1877-95. 



Enid Foulerton Hawkins, born at 14 Richmond Terrace, Westbourne Grove, 
Bayswater, London, 24 April 1867 ; marr. at St. Martin's, Lincoln (by the Ven'"'" 
Archdeacon Kaye, assisted by the Rev. John Joseph P^oye, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, 30 October 1888, to Charles Granville Norton of 164 Osmaston Road, 
Derby; born at Derby 20 February 1863, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Derby, 
27 October 1866. 



Mary, born at Derby 4 January, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Derby, 12 January 1799; 
marr. there 8 April 181 7, the Rev. 
John James Dewe ; Perpetual Curate 
of Parwich and of Alsop-le-Dale, co. 
Derby, 16 May 1816, Vicar of Alston- 
field 20 March 1821 ; died at Parwich, 
aged 31, 4 March, bur. there 9 March 
1822. She died at Alstonfield, aged 41, 
16 February, and was bur. at Parwich 
20 February 1840. =j= 
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Edward Simpson, born at=i= Henrietta Lavinia Ward, 



Derby 21 June, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Derby, 28 June 
1800; died at Adelaide, 
South Australia, 9 August 
1855, bur. there. 



born 17 December 1799; 
marr. at Alstonfield 16 
January 1827; died 16 
January 1896, bur. at 
Adelaide. 



Edward Robert Simpson, 
died 1 1 July 1900. 



Isabella, born in 
September 1841. 



Kate Marianne, born at 15 
Magdala Terrace, Lordship 
Lane, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, 9 June, bapt. at 
St. Matthew's, Denmark 
Hill, 16 August 187 1. 



Ethel Bertha Maria, 
born 30 March, bapt. 
at St. Matthew's, 
Denmark Hill, 18 
June 1S73. 



Robert John Simpson, born at 4 Wood- 
field Terrace, Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, 28 April, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Denmark Hill, 24 June 1874. 



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jfortooot)< 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Per fesse or and azure in chief a cormorant 
sable beaked and legged gules between 
two fleur-de-lis of the second and in base 
an antique ship with three masts of the first 
sail argent colours flying of the fourth. 

Crest. — Between two wings argent the 
battlements of a tower therefrom issuant a 
stag's head and in front thereof two 
hatchets in saUire proper. 

Motto. — Fide virtute et labore. 



Charlotte, eldt;st=j=Thoma.s Friend Brittain= 
dau. of William Peploe Forwood of 
the Manor, Thornton 
Hough, CO. Chester 
(2nd son of George 
Forwood of Liverpool, 
by his wife, Mary 
Peploe, of Moreton 
Say, CO. Salop) ; born 
13 January, bapt. at 

St. Peter's, Liverpool, 

27 August 181 1 ; J. P. 
for CO. Chester ; died at his 
residence, 8 Cumberland Ter- 
race, Regent's Park, London, in 
his 74th year, on Thursday, 
18 December 1884, bur. at 
Thornton Hough. 'Will dated 
27 January 1880, proved at 



Bower of Liver- 
pool ; marr. 2 
July 1835; died 
I August 1 86 1, 
bur. in Toxteth 
Park Cemetery, 
Liverpool, ist 
wife. 



Chester 
Margaret 
relict, and 
wood and 
Forwood, 
Exors. 



January 1885, by 
Harriett Forwood, 
Arthur Bower For- 
Sir William Bower 
Knight, sons, the 



=Margaret Harriett^ 
3rd sur\iving dau. 
of William Gilder, 
Captain of the 
Royal Montgomery 
Militia ; married 
at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
Thomas George 
James, Prebendary 
of Wells), on Tues- 
day, 23 September 
1862 ; died 31 
May 1893, Ijur. at 
Thornton Hough. 
Will dated 30 May 
1892, proved (Prin. 
Keg., 575, 92) 22 
June 1892, by 
Charlotte Taylor 
Maundrell, widow, 
her sister. 2nd wife. 



Lucy, eldest dau. of= 
Simon Crosfield of 
Liverpool, by Eliza 
Baines his wife ; 
born at Liverpool 
26 October 1838; 
marr. at Fairfield, 
CO. Lancaster, 26 
October 1858 ; died, 
aged 35, on Tuesday, 
4 November 1873, 
bur. in Smithdo\NTi 
Road Cemeter)', 

Liverpool. Vi.\. 

ist wife. 



=The Rt. Hon^^ Sir Arthur Bower Forwood of= 
the Priory, Gateacre, co. Lancaster, Baronet ; 
born at Liverpool 23 June 1836, bapt. there; 
educated at the High School of Liverpool 
College ; J. P. and Alderman of Liverpool, 
Mayor 1878-79; M.P. for Ormskirk 1885-98; 
Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty 1886 
-92 ; sworn of the Privy Council in 1892 ; 
created a Baronet 5 September 1895 ; died 
at the Priory, Gateacre, aged 62, shortly before 
3 a.m. on Tuesday, 27 September, bur. at Child- 
wall, CO. Lancaster, 30 September 1898. Will 
dated 19 April 1883, with codicil dated 28 June 
1894, proved at Liverpool 2 January 1899, by 
Dame RLary Anne Eliza Forwood, relict, and 
Sir Dudley Baines Forwood, Baronet, the Exors. 



^Mary Anne Eliza, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas Baines of 
Liverpool, and of Claver- 
ton Street, London, F.R.S., 
F.S.A., by Fanny his wife, 
dau. of Vincent Higgins ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Henry 
Howarth, B. D., the Rector), 
on Tuesday, i September 
1874. 2nd wife. 



Emily Crosfield, born at Holly Bank, Lilley Road, Wavertree, co. Lancaster, 16 July, bapt. at 
Fairfield 26 October 1861 ; marr. at Gateacre (by the Rev. Canon George Winter Warr, Vicar 
of Childwall, assisted by the Rev. John James Sandys, the Vicar, and the Rev. Edward Kcr 
Gray, LL.D., of St. George's, Albemarle Street, London) on Tuesday, 26 September 1893, to 
Henry Grey Kellock of Mardale, Watford (eldest son of Charles Walford Kellock of Highficlds, 
Audlem, co. Chester, J.P., by Katherine his wife, dau. of Richard Wignall) : educated at Eton. 

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Mary Eleanor, only dau.= 
of William Miles Moss 
of Ellerslie, Liverpool, by 
Esther his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Johnson ; born 
7 September 1841 ; niarr. 
at West Derby iS June 
1862 ; died at Ramleh, 
Blundellsands, co. Lancas- 
ter, aged 55, on Thursday, 
24 December, bur. at 
Windermere, co. ^Vestmore- 
land, 28 December 1896. 
Will dated 9 April 1894, 
with codicil dated 6 De- 
cember 1895, proved at 
Liverpool 12 April 1897, 
by Sir William Bower 
Forvvood, Knight, the sole 
Exor. I St wife. 



=Sir William Bower Forwood of Brom-= 
borough Hall, co. Chester, of Wykefield, 
Ambleside, co. Westmoreland ; born at 
Liverpool 21 January 1840, bapt. at 
Edge Hill, co. Lancaster ; educated 
at Liverpool College ; President of 
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce 187 1 
-77 and 1878-81 ; Alderman of Liver- 
pool 1875, Mayor 1880-81, Lord Mayor 
T 903- 1 904; J. P. for the counties of 
Lancaster and Chester, D.L. and Hon. 
Freeman of Liverpool, Chairman of 
Quarter-Sessions ; President Joint Com- 
mittee on Railway Rates, which led to 
formation of Railway Commission ; a 
Director of the Cunard Steamship Com- 
pany ; Chairman Liverpool Cathedral 
Committee ; knighted at Windsor Castle 
19 July 1883. 



=Elizabetli Constance, 3rd 
daughter of Major-General 
George Cumberland Hughes 
le Fleming of Rydal Hall, 
CO. Westmoreland, J. P. and 
D.L., by Anne Jane his 
2nd wife, youngest dau. 
of Major Alexander Ren- 
nick of Derryargan, co. 
Fermanagh ; born 1 7 De- 
cember 1859; marr. at the 
British Embassy, Paris, and 
afterwards at the English 
Church, Paris (by the Rev. 
Henry Edward Noyes, D.D., 
Chaplain to the Embassy), 
on Tuesday, 12 April 1898. 
2nd wife. 



/Wt^4.»^ vJ - frUArtnr^ 



Esther Moss, born 6 April 1863, 
bapt. at Anfield, co. Lancaster ; marr. 
at Blundellsands (by her uncle, the 
Rev. John Miles Moss, assisted by 
the Rev. Charles de Blois Winslow, 
the Vicar, and the Rev. Richard 
Montague Ainslie) on Tuesday, 7 
September 1897, to Walter Leigh 
Gorst of Wynfield, Latliom, co. 
Lancaster, son of Thomas Gorst. 



I 
Harold Stanley For-= 
wood of Aigburth, 
CO. Lancaster ; born 
16 July 1864 ; edu- 
cated at Rossall 
School; J. P. for. co. 
Lancaster. 



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=Kate Childs, eldest dau. of Hillis 
Gerardus Wynkoop, M.D., of New 
York, U.S.A., by Annie his wife, dau. 
of General Daniel Phelps Woodbury 
of the United States Army ; born 
17 July 1869; marr. at Grace 
Church, New York, on Saturday, 
23 November 1889. 



Brittain Peploe Forwood, born at Delfield, Aigburth, 
on Tuesday, 30 October 1900, bapt. at the parish 
church, Mossley Hill, co. Lancaster, i January 1901. 



Ethel Charlotte, born at Liverpool 8 May, bapt. at Edge Lane 26 October 
1863; marr. at Gateacre 17 August 1901, Hugh Cunningham Kelly of 
Hechlands, Strandtown, Belfast, co. Antrim (son of Robert Kelly of 
Belfast, Solicitor, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Stuart Cunningham) ; 
born at Belfast 20 May, bapt. there 9 September 1849; Solicitor and 
Under Sheriff for co. Down. 



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Mildred Lucy, born at 
Holmfield, \\'alerloo, 
CO. Lancaster, 5 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
8 April 1870. 



I 
Sir Dudley Baines Forwood of the=f=Norah Isabella, elder dau. of Richard Robertson Lockett 



Priory, (iateacre, co. Lancaster, and of 
24 Hans Crescent, Chelsea, London, 
Baronet; born at the Priory, Gateacre, 
on Monday, 31 May 1875, bapt. 
at Childwall ; educated at Harrow 
1889-93 ; 2nd Lieutenant Lanca- 
shire Artillery (Militia) 19 December 
1S94, Lieutenant 19 February 1896, 
Captain 11 January 1899; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Baronet 27 Sep- 
tember 1898. 



of Enmore, Alexandra Drive, Liverpool, by Isabella Maria 
his wife, only dau. of John Sherlock Paterson of Maghcrafelt, 
CO. Derry, and of Castlewellan, co. Down ; born 10 May, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 13 June 
1875 ; marr. there (by the Most Rev. James Edward Cowell 
Welldon, Bishop of Calcutta, assisted by the Rt. Rev. Francis 
James Chavasse, Bishop of Liverpool, the Rev. Canon 
Robert Irving, the Vicar, and the Rev. John James Sandys, 
Vicar of Gateacre) on Wednesday, 24 July 1901. 

{See Pedigree of Lockett, Vol. 2, page no.) 



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Arthur Dudley Forwood, born at 24 Hans Crescent, Chelsea, 
10 February 1908; died at 34 .\le.\andra Drive, Liverpool, on 
Thursday, 14 May, bur. at the parish church, Childwall, 
16 May 1908. 

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Mary Bower, born at Liverpool 
9 February 1842; marr. at 
St. John's, Fairfield, co. Lan- 
caster, 26 March 1861, Edward 
Henry FitzHenry, M.U., son 
of Samuel and Mary FitzHenry 
of Castle Boro, co. Wexford. 

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Thomas Brittain^ 
Forwood of Frim- 
hurst, Frimley, co. 
Surrey ; bom at 
Liverpool 2 Feb- 
ruary 1844, bapt. 
at Stanley, co. 
Lancaster. 



=Edith, younger dau. of Edward Hill of Boston, 
CO. Lincoln, by Mary Metcalfe his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Johnstone; born at 533 Washing- 
ton Avenue, Brooklyn, Long Island, U.S.A., 
II May i860, bapt. at St. Luke's, Brooklyn; 
marr. at the Church of the Heavenly Rest, 
New York, U.S.A. (by the Rev. David Parker 
Morgan), on Tuesday, 10 November 1885. 



Thomas Brittain Forwood, born at 5 Abbots 
Hayes, Chester, on Saturday, 18 September 1886, 
bapt. at St. Oswald's, Chester ; educated at 
Harrow and at Sandhurst ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The King's Own 
(Royal Lancaster Regiment) 16 August 1905. 



Muriel ^Jith, born at 
Hawkshead House, 
Hatfield, co. Hertford, 
on Saturday, 27 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at North 
Mimms, co. Hertford, 
10 November 1894. 



Barbara Mary, bom at 
Roe Green, Hatfield, 
on Wednesday, 2 2 
August, bapt. at 
North Mimms 9 Sep- 
tember 1900. 



Mabel Bower, born at Stylefield House, Anfield, 
CO. Lancaster, on Wednesday, 26 July, bapt. at 
Anfield 2 November 1865 ; marr. at Blundellsands, 
CO. Lancaster (by the Rev. Henry Ainslie, Vicar of 
St. Mary's, \\'indermere, co. Westmoreland, assisted 
by her uncle, the Rev. John Miles Moss, and the 
Rev. Charles de Blois Winslow, the Vicar), on 
'\^'ednesday, 23 November 1887, to the Rev. Richard 
Montague Ainslie (son of the Rev. Henry x\inslie, 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Windermere, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Richard Walker, M.P. for Bury, co. 
Lancaster) ; born at the Vicarage, Easingwold, co. 
York, on Saturday, 23 January, bapt. at Easingwold 
6 April 1858; of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1877, B.A. 1880, 
M.A. 1885 ; Vicar of Childwall, co. Lancaster, 1903. 
She died at St. Saviour's Vicarage, Liverpool, 
aged 27, on Saturday, 13 May 1893, and was bur. 
at Windermere. Adinon was granted at Liverpool 
24 June 1893, to the Rev. Richard Montague 
Ainslie. He marr. 2ndly at the Episcopal Church 
of St. John-the-Baptist, Perth, on Tuesday, 1 1 June 
1895, Euphemia Brown, 4th dau. of George Fortune 
of Bamsmuir Crail, co. Fife. 



Reginald Forwood, born 25 March 1869, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Walton ; marr. at 
Springfield, Missouri, U.S.A., in 1892, 
Ida Roberts of Springfield. 

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Charlotte Eleanor (Lottie), bom at Seaforth, 
CO. Lancaster, 21 May 1870, bapt. at 
Waterloo, co. Lancaster; marr. at Blundell- 
sands (by her uncle, the Rev. John Miles 
Moss, assisted by the Rev. Richard 
Montague Ainslie, Vicar of St. Saviour's, 
Liverpool, and the Rev. Charles de Blois 
Winslow, the Vicar) 23 October 1889, 
Charles Maclver of Beechfield, Heswall, 
CO. Chester (eldest son of David Maclver 
of Woodslee, Bromborough, co. Chester, 
and of Wanlass How, Ambleside, co. West- 
moreland, ALP., by Annie his wife, dau. of 
Robert Rankin of Bromborough Hall) ; 
born 28 November 1866; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1884, B.A. 
1887 ; Chairman of David Maclver, Sons 
and Co., Ltd. =j= 

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Ida Baines, born at the Priory, Gateacre, co. Lancaster, 
on Wednesday, ii July 1877, bapt. at Childwall; marr. at 
Gateacre on Wednesday, 6 April 1904, Charles Nicholas 
Theodore Jeffreys of 2 Percival Terrace, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex (2nd son of Walter Powell Jeffreys of 
Cynghordy, Llandovery, co. Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L., 
by .Agnes his wife, only dau. of Charles Backhouse 
Robinson of Frankton Grange, Ellesmere, co. Salop) : 
born at Henlys, Llandovery, 19 November 1877; educated 
at Radley College 1901-1907. 



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Talbot Brittain Forwood. bom at the 
Priory, Gateacre, on Sunday. 13 .-Xpril 
1879, bapt. at Childwall i educated at 
Harrow 1893-97 ; joined the Duke 
of Lancaster's Own (14th Yeomanry 
Brigade) as Lieutenant 13 May 1903, 
Captain 24 November 1906, Hon. 
Lieutenant in the Army 1 October 
1902; served in South African War 
1 90 1- 1 902, with Imperial Yeomanry 
(medal with five clasps). 



Charlotte, born in May 1845 ; mair. al Tlu^rnton 
Hough, CO. Chester, on Wednesday, 3 April 1872, 
Edward Crudgenton P'ernihough of Rock Pond, Rock 
Ferry, co. Chester. She marr. 2ndly at Wallasey, co. 
Chester, Robert Steele. 

Harriet Bower, born at Litherland, co. Lancaster, 
4 January 1847 ; marr. at Thornton Hough (by the 
Rev. John Wesley Aldom, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
9 December 1873, to William Vale King of Elton Hall, 
Ludlow, CO. Salop (eldest son of William King of 
Beechfield, Walton); born 27 September 1844. 

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George Peploe= 
Forwood of 
Great House 
Court, East 
Grinstead, co. 
Sussex ; born 
at Seaforth, 
CO. Lancaster, 
23 April 1848, 
bapt.at Stanley, 
CO. Lancaster. 



=Mary Georgina, dau. 
of George Pirn of 
Brenanstown, co. 
Dublin, J. P., by 
Charlotte Henrietta 
his wife, dau. of 
Colonel Cash ; born 
at Brenanstown 1 7 
July 1847, bapt. at 
the parish church, 
Monkstown ; marr. 
there 16 July 1875. 



Mary Pirn, born at 
Brenanstown 16 April 
1876; died at 'J'he 
Oaklands, Bebington, 
CO. Chester, in her 
1 6th year, on Monday, 
16 November 1891, 
bur. at Bebington. 



George Frederick' 
Forwood of West 
Chart, Limps field, 
CO. Surrey ; born 
at New York, 
U.S.A., 17 Feb- 
ruary 1880, bapt. 
at Grace Church, 
New York. 



=Maud, younger dau. of John Forbes Gordon 
of Domaha, Forest Row, co. Sussex, by Dora 
Helen his wife, dau. of John Pickering ; born 
22 June i88[ ; marr. at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London (by the Rev. Charles John 
Ridgeway, Prebendary of St. Paul's, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. George Reginald Preston 
Preston and the Rev. Henry Thomas Lewis), on 
Wednesday, 20 April 1904. 



Aurea Maud, born at Kempton, 
Limpsfield, on Sunday, ig February, 
bapt. at Limpsfield 27 March 1905. 



Doreen Gordon, born at Domaha, 
Forest Row, on Sunday, 4 November 
1906, bapt. at East Grinstead, co. 
Sussex, 14 January 1907. 



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William Miles Moss Forwood of The Well=Dora Kerr, eldest dau. of David Fernie of 

House, Heswall, co. Chester; born at Hope- Blundellsands, co. Lancaster; born 19 November 

town House, Seaforth, 7 October, bapt. at 1876; marr. at Bliindell.sands (by the Rev. John 

Christ Church, Waterloo, co. Lancaster, 13 Miles Moss, assisted by the Rev. Charles de 

December 187 1 ; of Clare College, Cambridge, Blois Winslow, the Vicar) on Wednesday, 21 

matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1890, B.A. September 1898. 

1893. 



Arthur Noel Forwood of= 
The Cottage, Nantwich, 
CO. Chester ; born at the 
Priory, Gateacre, co. Lan- 
caster, on Monday, 28 
March 1881, bapt. at 
Childwall, co. Lancaster ; 
educated at Harrow 1895 
to 1899. 



'Evelyn Agnes Heathcote, only dau. of Eric Baines Forwood, 

W. Forrester Addie of Powis Castle Park, born at the Priory, 

Welshpool, CO. Montgomery, J. P.; marr. at Gateacre, on Thurs- 

Welshpool (by the Rt. Rev. Alfred George day, 26 June 1884, 

Edwards, Bishop of St. Asaph, assisted by bapt. at Childwall ; 

the Rev. Grimaldi Davies, the Vicar, and educated at Harrow, 
the Rev. Fred Cooper, her uncle) on 
Wednesday, 3 June 1903. 



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Mabel, younger dau. of= 
Dr. Muspratt of The 
Hollies, West Derby, 
CO. Lancaster; marr. at 
St. James', West Derby 
(by the Rev. Robert 
Salthouse, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 2 Au- 
gust 1876 ; died at 
the Manor House, 
Cheshunt, co. Hertford, 
aged 2 7, on Wednesday, 
25 April 1883. istwife. 



=Ernest Harrison= 
Forwood of Bend- 
rose, Amersham, 
CO. Buckingham ; 
born at Fairfield, 
CO. Lancaster, 15 
October 1850. 



=Margaret Maud, youngest dau. of the Rev. Philip 
Lockton, Rector of Slapton, co. Northampton ; 
marr. at Slapton (by the Rev. Philip Frederick 
Thomas Woodman, Rector of Chippenham, 
CO. Wilts, assisted by her brother, the Rev. Philip 
Sydney Lockton) on Tuesday, 6 May 1884. 
2nd wife. 



Ernest Lockton Forwood, born 
at 49 Marine Parade, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 12 
March 1887; died at 12 Dale- 
ham Gardens, Hampstead, co. 
Middlese.x, in his 2nd year, on 
Tuesday, 5 March 1889. 



Margaret (Madge), born Other 
at 12 Daleham Gardens, issue. 
Hampstead, on Friday, 
28 September 1888; 
died, aged 2 years and 
6 months, on Wednes- 
day, 18 March 1891. 



Cecil Sheridan= 
Forwood, born 
at Grove Cot- 
tage, Cheshunt, 
on Thursday, 10 
January 1878. 



=Emily Jane, dau. 
of J. Thompson of 
English Street, Ar- 
magh ; marr. at the 
Centenary Church, 
St. Stephen's Green, 
Dublin, on Wed- 
nesday, 18 March 
1903. 



Stanley Muspratt= 
Forwood, born 
at the Manor 
House, Cheshunt, 
on Tuesday, 10 
April 1883. 



=Kitty, only dau. of Robert Scott 
of Fairfield, Dumfries ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Philip 
Sydney Lockton, assisted by the 
Rev. G. Ponsby and the Rev. 
David Anderson, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 2 November 1905. 



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Dorothy Mary, born at Ramleh, Blundellsands, co. Lancaster, 9 December 1S72, bapt. at 
Blundellsands in March 1873 ; marr. as his 2nd wife at Bromborough, co. Chester (by the 
Rev. Richard Montague Ainslie, assisted by the Rev. Edward Dyer Green, the Rector, 
and the Rev. Charles de Blois Winslow), on Thursday, 24 March 1898, to Edward Jenks 
of Farningham, co. Kent (son of Robert Jenks of London, by Sarah Frances his wife) ; 
born at Clapham, co. Surrey, 20 February i86i; educated at Dulwich College and at King's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1883, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1889, B.C.L. 
Oxon (by decree) 1900; a Student of the Middle Temple, called to the Bar 1887; Scholar 
and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 1886-95, Le Bas, Yorke and Thirlwall Prizes, 
Cambridge ; Barstow and Jurisprudence Scholar of the Four Inns of Court ; Chancellor's 
Medallist, Cambridge; Lecturer at Pembroke and Jesus Colleges, Cambridge, 1888-89; 
Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne, 1889-92 ; Queen Victoria Professor 
of Law, University College, Liverpool, 1892-96; Reader in English Law, Oxford, and 
Tutor and Lecturer at Balliol College, 1896-1903; Examiner in the Universities of 
Oxford, Durham, London and Wales, and for the Civil Service Commission ; Principal and 
Director of Legal Studies of the Law Society; formerly Editor of the "Independent Review"; 
Author of "Constitutional Experiments of the Commonwealth," 1891, "The Doctrine of 
Consideration in English Law," 1893, "The Government of Victoria (Australia)," 1893, 
"History of the Australasian Colonies," 2nd Edition, 1896, "Outline of English Local 
Government," 1895, " I-aw and Politics in the Middle Ages," 1897, "Modern Land Law,' 
1899, "A Short History of Politics," 3rd Edition, 1902, " EdwMrd I.," 1902, "Parliamentary 
England," 1903, General Editor of "Stephen's Commentaries on the Laws of England," 14th 
and 15th Editions. He marr. istly at Queen's College, Melbourne, Australia, 14 June 1890, 
Annie, dau. of Constantine and Mary Emma Ingham ; she died 13 May 1891, and was bur. 
in St. Kilda's Cemetery, Melbourne. t= 

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Jessie Bower, born at Fairfield, co. Lancaster, 
4 October 1852, bapt. there ; marr. at 
Thornton Hough, co. Chester, 1 1 April 
1880, William Neale of Mountmellick, 
Queen's County (son of Thomas Neale, by 
Lucia Josephine his wife) ; born at Mount- 
mellick 19 September 1849, bapt. there; 
L.R.C.P. Edin. and L.M. 1874, L.R.C.S.L 
1871, L.A.H. Dublin 1871, L.M. Combe 
Hospital, Dublin, 1871, R.C.S.L ; Member 
British Medical Association, Medical Officer 
Mountmellick Dispensary, District Infirmary 
and Fever Hospital, Medical Attendant 
Royal Irish Constabulary; J. P. for Queen's 
County ; Contributor of " Epidemic, Sore 
Throat and Diptheria," 1885. 



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Percy Leech Forwood= 
of Fairmead, Harrow 
Weald, CO. Middlesex, 
and of The Bam, 
Warnham, co. Sussex ; 
born at Edge Lane, 
Liverpool, 20 June 
1854, bapt. at Fairfield, 
CO. Lancaster. 



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=Helen (Nellie), 2nd dau. 
of Henry Whitby Jep- 
son of Tovvcester, co. 
Northampton, by Ann 
his wife, dau. of John 
Haukeby ; born at 
Towcester3i May 1855; 
marr. at Easton Neston, 
CO. Northampton (by 
the Rev. Robert Cod- 
rington Collins), on 
Thursday, 23 November 



Sydney Brittain Forwood= 
of Bromborough, co. 
Chester; bom 27 July, 
bapt. at Blundellsands, 
CO. Lancaster, in Sep- 
tember 1874. 



=Alithea Maria, eldest dau. of 
William Cochrane Stevenson 
of Knockam, Londonderry, 
by Alice Creecy his wife ; 
born at Downpatrick, co. 
Down, 27 March 1877; 
marr. at Banagher, co. Derry 
(by her cousin, the Rev. 
Arthur John Hunter, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Scott 
Rutledge, the Rector), on 
Wednesday, 18 April 1900; 
died at Beechfield, Heswall, 
CO. Chester, on Thursday, 
16 April, bur. at Heswall on 
Saturday, 18 April 1903. 



Kathleen Shirley, bom at Ramleh, 
Blundellsands, 25 September 1875, 
bapt. at Blundellsands 12 February 
1876; marr. at Bromborough (by the 
Rev. John Miles Moss, assisted by 
the Rev. Edward Dyer Green, the 
Rector), on Tuesday, 9 September 
1902, to Pedro Telesforo Wessel of 
Woodheys, Bromborough (son of Peter 
Mathias Wessel of Stensbygaard, 
Denmark, by Frederica his wife, dau. 
of Nathan Keese Masten of San 
Francisco, California, U.S.A.) ; born 
at Antofagasta, Bolivia, 17 June, bapt. 
there 25 July 1878; educated at 
Valparaiso, Chili, and at Copenhagen, 
Denmark. =p 

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Margery, born 16 January 1879, 
bapt. at Blundellsands; marr. at 
Bromborough (by her uncle, 
the Rev. John Miles Moss of 
Windermere, co. Westmoreland, 
assisted by the Rev. Edward 
Dyer Green, the Rector) on 
Wednesday, 18 June 1902, to 
Gerald Linn Vosper of Underbill 
Lodge, Heswall (son of Thomas 
Vosper of Mossley Hill, Liver- 
pool, by Christina Linn his 
wife, dau. of Henry Fernie of 
Liverpool) ; born at Richmond 
Park, Liverpool, 25 February 
1875, bapt. at Breck Road 
Church, Liverpool. 



Alexandra Gladys, born 13 August 1881, 
bapt. at Blundellsands ; marr. at Brom- 
borough (by the Rev. Richard Ainslie of 
Childwall, co. Lancaster, assisted by the 
Rector) 7 January 1904, to William Ritchie 
Main of West Hey, Dawstone Road, 
Heswall (son of William Main of Rock 
Ferry, co. Chester, M.D., by Barbara his 
wife, dau. of William Ritchie of Middleton, 
Midlothian, N.B.) ; born at Lasswack, 
Midlothian, 14 October 1864; educated at 
Liverpool and at Edinburgh, L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S. Edin., L.F.P.S. Glasg. 1890; 
Local Medical Officer Wirrall Joint Hos- 
pital Board Convalescent Home, formerly 
Senior House Surgeon Borough Hospital, 
Birkenhead. =j= 

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Faith Octavia, 
born 23 Octo- 
ber 1882, bapt. 
at Blundell- 
sands. 



i^arsfjall of ^anljfort ^t. JKlartin, 

CO. ©^orD. 



Arms. — Sable two bars argent a canton ermine. 

Crest. — A demi-man in armour proper affrontee garnislied or the 
beaver open with a plume of feathers of divers colours 
upon the helm and wearing a scarf gules baudricewise 
and holding in the dexter hand a baton or. 



Priscilla, dau. of Samuel=Rev. Edward Marshall-Hacker of Iffley and= 
Churchill of Deddington, Enstone, and afterwards of Manor House, Sand- 
ford St. Martin, all co. Oxford (son of Nicholas 
Marshall of Enstone, D.L., by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of John Coxwell of Abiington House, co. 
Gloucester); bapt. at Enstone 29 March 1774; 
of Worcester College, Oxford, matriculated 21 
May 1792, B.A. 1796, Fellow of Oriel College, 
Oxford, 1798, M.A. 1799; Lord of the Manor, 
Vicar and Patron of Sandford St. Martin, 
Incumbent of Iffley 1819-39; by Royal Licence 
dated Whitehall, 31 May 1827, he assumed, 
under the will of Thomas Nicholas Perry Hacker 
of Churchill, co. Oxford, the name of Hacker in 
addition to and after that of Marshall, and also the arms of Hacker on 
inheriting the estates of Thomas Nicholas Perry Hacker, upon the death 
of his brother Nicholas Marshall Hacker; died at Iffley 31 January, bur. 
there 7 February 1839. Will dated 8 September 1838, proved (P.C.C. 
225 Vaughan) 5 April 1839, by the Rev. George David 
FaithfuU, Mary Anne Marshall-Hacker, relict, and 
Edward Marshall, son, the Exors. 



CO. Oxford, by Priscilla 
his wife ; born at Ded- 
dington, bapt. there 
3 November 1774; 
marr. at Deddington 
21 June 1803; died 
s.p., in her 30th year, 1 2 
August, bur. at Enstone, 
CO. Oxford, 18 August 
1804. I St wife. 



tilt- ^c^^^^ec J/^<J>^cx^ 




:Mary Anne, dau. of the 
Rev. James Burton, 
D.D., Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford, and 
Chaplain - in - Ordinary 
to George III., by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Robert Jenner, D.C.L., 
Regius Professor of 
Civil Law in the 
University of Oxford ; 
born at Iffley, bapt. 
there 27 May 1781 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's-in- 
the-East, Oxford, 29 
November 1814 ; died 
at Iffley, aged 74, 28 
.'Vpril, bur. there 3 May 
1856. Will dated 26 
January 1855, proved 
(P.C.C. 568, 56)3 July 
1856, by the Rev. 
Edward Marshall and 
the Rev. Jenner Mar- 
shall, sons, the Exors. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Edward Marshall of Manor House, Sandford St. Martin ;= 
born at the Rectory, Ardley, co. Oxford, 26 August 181 5, bapt. 
there the same day ; educated at Rugby and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 29 January 1834, Scholar of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1834-36, Fellow 1836-39, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1840; 
F.S.A. 1874; Lord of the Manor and Patron of Sandford St. Martin, 
and Vicar from 1884 until his death ; ceased to bear the surname of 
Hacker on the death of his father 31 January 1839; died at Sandford 
St. Martin 13 September, bur. in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford, 
18 September 1899. Will with codicil dated 20 .April 1899, proved 
at Oxford 9 November 1899, by Edward Henry Marshall, son, and 
Frederic Parker Morrell, the Exors. 




=Eliza Julia (his 2nd cousin), 
2nd dau. of the Rev. Charles 
James Burton, Vicar of Lydd, 
CO. Kent, and Chancellor of 
the diocese of Carlisle, by 
Eliza his wife, dau. of 
William Boteler of Eastry, 
CO. Kent ; born at Canter- 
bury, CO. Kent, 22 November 
1825; marr. at Lydd on 
Wednesday, 7 October 1 846 ; 
died at Hastings, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 31 March, bur. 
in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, 
O.\ford, 4 April 1856. 



Julia Elizabeth, of Oxford ; born 
at Oxford 26 May, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford, 1 1 
June 1848. 



Edward Marshall, born at Oxford 15 Februan,-, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford, 24 February, died at Oxford 
14 October following, bur. in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Oxford, 
18 October 1850. 



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Rev. Tenner Marshall of Manor House, Westcott Barton,= 
CO. Oxford ; born at the Rectory, Ardley, co. Oxford, 
9 March 1817, bapt. at Ardley the next day; educated at 
Rugby and at Worcester College, O.xford, matriculated 
22 October 1835, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1843; Curate of Barford 
St. John, Oxford, 1851-58; Lord of the Manor of Westcott 
Barton; died at the Manor House, Westcott Barton, aged 
87, on Wednesday, 27 April, bur. at Wescott Barton 
on Saturday, 30 April 1904. Will dated 13 June 1901, 
with codicil dated 25 October 1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 
661, 1904) 25 May 1904, by Jenner Guest Marshall and 
Francis Eden Marshall, sons, the E.xors. 



=Elizabeth Kelson, eldest dau. of 
John Stothert of Bathwick, co. 
Somerset, by Susanna his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Kelson of 
Beckington and of Midsomer- 
Norton, co. Somerset ; born at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 14 February 
1825; marr. at Bathwick 19 June 
1852 ; died at the Manor House, 
Westcott Barton, 10 July, bur. at 
Westcott Barton 13 July 1903. 



Elizabeth Stothert, born at 
the TVIanor House, Sand- 
ford St. Martin, co. Oxford, 
18 August, bapt. at Sandford 
St. Martin 9 October 1853; 
marr. at St. Barnabas' Cathe- 
dral, Nottingham, 8 August 
1904, Frederick Joseph 
Fortescue of Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester; born 14 
November 1862. 



Mary Anne Burton, 
born at the Manor 
House, Sandford 
St. Martin, 26 July, 
bapt. at .Sandford 
St. Martin 31 Au- 
gust 1854. 



Eleanor Katherine, born at 
the Manor House, Sandford 
St. Martin, 4 November, 
bapt. at Sandford St. Martin 
II December 1856; died 
unmarried at Bathwick Hill, 
Bath, the residence of her 
grandfather, John Stothert, 
aged 19, on Saturday, 
13 May, bur. at Westcott 
Barton 19 May 1876. 



Alice Susanna, 
born at the 
Manor House, 
Sandford St. 
Martin, 2 June, 
bapt. at .Sand- 
ford St. Martin 
7 July 1858. 



Edward Henry Marshall of Manor= 
House, Sandford St. Martin, and 
of St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex ; 
born at Oxford, 27 August, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, Oxford, 16 
September 1851 ; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 April 1870, 
B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 1876; I^ord of 
the Manor and Patron of Sandford 
St. Martin. 



Julia, dau. of Pethuel 
Smith of Kirton in Lind- 
sey, CO. Lincoln, by Mary 
Anne Eliza his wife, 
dau. of Captain Richard 
Wenham, R.N. ; born at 
Stowmarket, co. Suffolk, 
24September 1855 ; marr. 
at St. Giles', Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, 19 June 1877. 



William Charles Marshall, 
born at Hastings, co. Sussex, 
22 December 1852, bapt. 
there privately 30 January, 
and received into the church 
at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Oxford, 13 April 1853; died 
at Oxford 17 June, bur. in 
St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, 
Oxford, 22 June 1853. 



Julia Elizabeth, born 
at Seville Villa, Forest 
Hill, CO. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 22 May, 
bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Honor Oak, co. Surrey, 
19 June 1878. 



Rosa Mary, born 
at Seville Villa, 
Forest Hill, on 
Tuesday, 18 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
St. Augustine's, 
Honor Oak, 1 7 
December 1879. 



Katharine Agnes, born 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
3 July, bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, 27 July 1881 ; 
sister of the Community 
of St. Mary the Virgin, 
Wantage, co. Berks. 



Edward Ralph Marshall, 
born at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea 4 December 1882, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 1 8 
January 1883 ; of Keble 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 October 1901, 
B.A. 1905. 



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Nicholas Marshall, born at the Rectory, 
Ardley, co. Oxford, bapt. at Ardley 21 June 
1818; educated at Rugby and at Worcester 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 May 1838; 
died unmarried at Southsea, co. Hants, 
aged 36, 14 October, bur. at Iffley, co. 
Oxford, 18 October 1854. 



Mary Ann, bom at Iffley 
29 November 1822; died 
unmarried at Iffley, aged 
78, on Thursday, 18 April, 
bur. there 22 April 1901. 



Eleanor, born at 
Iffley, bapt. there 
22 October, died 
15 November, and 
bur. at Iffley 17 
November 1824. 



Jenner Guest Marshall of the Manor House,= 
VVestcott Barton, co. Oxford ; born at the 
Manor House, Westcott Barton, on Tuesday, 
26 March, bapt. at Westcott Barton 14 May 
1861 ; educated at the Charterhouse, in Switzerland, 
and in Paris ; Member of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, an Associate Member of 
the Institute of Civil Engineers ; Lord of the 
Manor of Westcott Barton ; J. P. for co. Oxford 
1904; died at Bienne, Switzerland, aged 47, 
5 May, bur. at Westcott Barton 9 May 1908. 
Will dated 24 April 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 16 June igo8, by Francis Eden Marshall, 
brother, and Edward Ralph Marshall, cousin, 
the Exors. 



=Grace Eleanor, elder dau. of Arent de 
Peyster Chance of Wheatfields, Po\v)'ck, co. 
Worcester, by Maria his wife, eldest dau. 
of William Lucas Sargant of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick ; born at Edgbaston 7 May 
1866, bapt. at St. John's, Ladywood, 
Birmingham ; marr. at St. Peter's, Powyck 
(by the Rev. Jenner Marshall, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Burd, Vicar of Shirley, 
CO. Warwick, and the Rev. Cecil Hughes, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 18 January 1894. 

(See Pedij^)-ce of Chance, Vol. j, 
page 70.) 



Jenner Stephen Chance Marshall, born 
at Hagley, co. Worcester, i June, bapt. 
there privately 13 June, and received 
into the church at Westcott Barton 
8 September 1895. 



Elizabeth Eleanor de Peyster, bom at 
Rednal, co. Worcester, on Tuesday, 
13 October, bapt. at Cofton Hackett, 
CO. Worcester, 7 December 1903. 



Charles James Marshall, born 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, 10 June, bapt. at 
Christ Church, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, 10 July 1884; of 
Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated Hilary Term, 
1902, B.A. 1906. 



Felicia Dora, born at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
14 November, bapt. 
at Christ Church, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
29 December 1885. 



Henry Stephen Marshall, born at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea 16 July, bapt. at 
Christ Church, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
30 September 1887 ; died at 10 
Magdalen Road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
aged I year and 8 weeks, on Saturday, 
8 September, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ore, CO. Sussex, 11 September 1888. 



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Francis Eden MarshalU 
of Oxford ; bom at the 
Manor House, Westcott 
Barton, co. Oxford, on 
Sunday, 12 July, bapt. 
at Westcott Barton 24 
August 1863; educated 
at the Charterhouse and 
at St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
15 October 1881, B.A. 
1884, M.A. 1888 ; 
admitted a Solicitor 10 
July 1888. 



=Ellen Louise, only dau. of Lieut.-Colonel 
George Edward Beale Beale-Browne of 
Dowdeswell House, co. Gloucester, of the 
1 8th Hussars, by Ellen Eliza Ann his wife, 
dau. of Richard Rogers Coxwell-Rogers of 
Ablington Manor and Dowdeswell Court, 
CO. Gloucester, J. P. and D.L. ; born at 
Salperton Park, co. Gloucester, 6 October 
1879; marr. at St. James', Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. William Ingham, 
Vicar of Old Malton, co. York), on Tues- 
day, 20 November 1906. She marr. istly 
Aubrey de Sausmarez Burton (cousin 
german of Edward Henry Marshall), 
Captain 125th Napier Rifles, Indian Army, 
who died in London 14 March, and was 
bur. at Dowdeswell 18 March 1905. 



Mortimer John Marshall, 
born at the Manor 
House, Westcott Barton, 
on Thursday, 18 August, 
bapt. at Westcott Barton 
5 September 1864; died 
at the Manor House, 
Westcott Barton, on 
Thursday, 10 November, 
bur. at Westcott Barton 
16 November 1864. 



Helen Octavia, born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
20 March, bapt. at Christ Church, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, 19 May 1889. 

Marion Alice Nona, born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea 27 
February, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, 9 April 1892. 

Georgiana Decima, born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea 
30 December 1893, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 2 February 1894. 



Mary Stephana, born at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea 15 July, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
9 August 1895. 

Eleanor Daisy, born at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea 31 January 1897, bapt. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, 7 March 1897. 



Ud>0(S^-ci9i^: /Y^^ci^uHca^ 



^arrj). 



Arms. — Argent a fesse between three lozenges sable. 
Crest. — Three battle-axes erect proper two lo the dexter 
one to the sinister. 



Richard Parry of Banstead, co. Surrey (son of= 
'rhomas Parry of Banstead, a Director of the 
Hon'''^ East India Company, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Matthew Oakes, and sister of Thomas 
Oakes, Senior Civil Member of the Council at 
Madras); born 28 December 1776; a Director 
of the Hon'''' East India Company, and Governor 
of Bencoolen ; died at Banstead, in his 41st 
year, 30 June 181 7, bur. in the family vault at 
Banstead. M.I. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of Samuel Gambief, 
First Commissioner of the Royal Nav^ 
(and niece of Jame.s, I^ord Gambler, 
Admiral of the Fleet), by Louisa his wife, 
2nd dau. of Daniel Mathew of Felix Hall, 
CO. Es.sex ; marr. at the parish church, 
Marylebone, London, 4 August 1813; 
died at Offley, co. Hertford, 24 April 182 1, 
bur. at Banstead. 



Anna Maria Isabella, 2nd= 
dau. of Henry Fynes- 
Clinton of Welwyn, co. 
Hertford, M.P. for Aid- 
borough, by Katherine 
his wife, dau. of the 
Rt. Rev. Henry William 
Majendie, Bishop of 
Bangor ; born at West- 
minster II March 1816 ; 
marr. at Welwyn 13 
August 1839; died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
on Sunday, 11 March 
1848, bur. there. ist 
wife. 



Thomas Gambler Parry of= 
Highnam Court, co. Gloucester; 
bom in London 22 February 
1 816; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1837, M.A. 1848; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Gloucester, 
High Sheriff 1850; Founder of 
the church and benefice and 
Patron of the living of Highnam; 
died at Highnam Court, aged 72, 
on Friday, 28 September, bur. 
at Highnam 2 October 1888. 
Will dated 2 August 1 888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 56, 89) 22 January 
1889, by the Ven''''= Francis 
Lear of Bishopstone Rectory, 
CO. Wilts, one of the Exors. 



^Ethelinda, youngest dau. of the 
Very Rev. Francis Lear, Dean of 
Salisbury ; born at Chilmark, co. 
Wilts, 28 October 1826, bapt. 
there 2 January 1827 ; marr. at 
Bishopstone (by the Rt. Rev. 
Edward Denison, Bishop of 
Salisbury) on Tuesday, 5 August 
185 1 ; died at Highnam Court, 
aged 69, on Sunday, 24 May, 
bur. at Highnam 27 May 1896. 
Will dated 21 August i88g, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 909, 96) 
15 September 1896, by Ernest 
Gambler Parry and Sidney 
Gambler Parr)', sons, the Exors. 




Charles Clinton Parry, born at Cheltenham,=j=Florence Caroline, 2nd dau. of Gregson Hinde 



CO. Gloucester, on Wednesday, 16 September 
1840; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 31 March 
1859; died 7 July 1S83, bur. at Sydney, 
Australia. 



of Easdon, co. Devon ; marr. at Sutton 
Courtney, co. Berks (by the Rev. Howard Rice, 
the Vicar), on Monday, 14 August 1865. 



Owen Clinton Parry, bom at Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 
on Saturday, 21 December 1867, bapt. at Highnam; 
appointed Lieutenant Royal Engineers 17 F'ebruary 
1886 ; died at Malta, aged 20, on Monday, 29 October 
1888, bur. there. 



Francis Noel Clinton Parry, born at 
Springfield, near Shirley, co. Hants, 
24 December 1868 ; of the Royal 
Artillery, retired as Lieutenant 
in 1891. 



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Lucy Anna, horn at Bayfordbury, co. Hertford, 12 December 1841, bapt. at Park Gate, 
Berkhampstead, co. Hertford; died at Highnam Court, co. Gloucester, aged 19, on Sunday, 
10 November, bur. at Highnam 15 November 1861. 



Dorothea, born at Cranley Gardens, London, 13 January 1876; marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (l)y the Rev. Canon Charles Gore, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Somerset 
Edward Pennefather, the Mcar), on Tuesday, 12 April 1898, to Arthur Augustus William 
Harry Ponsonby of Shulbrede Priory, Linchmere, co. Sussex (youngest son of the 
Rt. Hon'''"^ General Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby, G.C.B., by the Hon'"'' Mary Elizabeth 
(V.A.) his wife, eldest dau. of John Crocker Bulteel of Flete and Lyneham, both co. Devon, 
M.P.) ; born at the Norman Tower, Windsor Castle, on Thursday, 16 February, bapt. at 
St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 27 March 1871; educated at Eton and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1890; Page of Honour to Queen Victoria January 18S2 
to June 1887 (Jubilee medal); nominated an Attache 31 January 1894, appointed to 
Constantinople 1 November 1894, promoted 3rd Secretary 26 May 1896, passed an 
examination in public law 3 July 1897, transferred to Copenhagen 2 May 1898, where 
he acted as Charge d'Affaires 26 January to 3 February 1899, promoted 2nd Secretary i April 
1900, resigned in October 1902 ; elected M.P. for Stirling Burghs 23 May 1908. 

A 
{See Pedigree of Bessborough, Vol. 12, page 114.) 



Linda Isabel Ernest Gambler Parry of Elmcroft, Goring-= 
Gambier, born on-Thames, co. Oxford; born at Highnam 
at Highnam 10 Court on Tuesday, 25 October, bapt. at 
October, bapt. Highnam 11 December 1853; educated 
there 21 No- at Eton ; entered the 23rd Royal Welsh 
vember 1852. Fusiliers 2 December 1874, Reserve of 
Officers 19 November 1881, Captain 28 
October 1885, Lieutenant 1st Royal Devon 
Yeomanry Cavalry 14 February 1883 ; served in the Soudan 
Campaign of 1885, as a Special Service Officer, Major for 
services 1886 (medal with clasp and Khedive's star) ; J. P. 
for CO. Gloucester ; Author of the " Life of Reynell Taylor," 
"Annals of an Eton House," and other works. 



=Hon''''= Evelyn Elizabeth, younger 
dau. of Lawrence, ist Baron 
Haldon, by Maria Harriett his 
wife, only dau. of Sir Thomas 
Henry Hesketh of Rufford, co. 
Lancaster, 4th Baronet ; born at 
Haldon House, Exeter, co. Devon, 
6 March 1S53 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London (by the 
Rev. John Wills, Private Chaplain 
at Haldon House, Exeter), on 
Wednesday, 26 April 1882. 



Thomas Robert Gambier Parry, born at 2 Halkin Street, 
Belgrave Square, London, on Tuesday, 13 February, 
bapt. at Highnam i April 1883 ; educated at Eton and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated October 
1902, B.A. 1906. 



Thomas Mark Gambier Parry, born 
at 2 Halkin Street, Belgrave Square, 
London, on Thursday, 29 May, 
bapt. at Highnam 5 July 1884 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry of Highnam Court, co. Gloucester,= 
Baronet, C.V.O., D.C.L., LL.l). ; born at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
on Sunday, 27 February 1848; educated at Eton and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 26 January 1867, B.Mus. 21 February 
1867, B.A. 1870, D.Mus. by decree 4 March 1884, M. A. 1884, 

Choragus of the University 1886, 
D.Mus. of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, 1883, Hon. Fellow of 
Exeter College, Oxford, Fellow of 
the University of London, D.Mus. 
Dublin, D.C.L. Oxford and 
Durham, Hon. LL.D. Leeds 
1904; Director of the Royal 
College of Music since 1895, 
Professor of Music of the 
University of Oxford 1899-1908; 
additional Commissioner Paris 
Exhibition 1900; J. P. for co. 
Gloucester, Patron of the living of 
Highnam; knighted at M'indsor 
Castle 13 July 1898, created a 
Baronet 31 July 1902, C.V.O. 
1905; Author of "Studies of 
Great Composers," "Evolution of 
the Art of Music" and "Music 
of the 17th Century;" Composer 
of "Job," "Judith," "De Pro- 
fundis," "Blest Pair of Syrens," 
" Processional Anthem for the 
Coronation of King Edward VH." 
"The Vision of Life," and 
numerous other works. 




Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Argent on a fesse invecled 
between three lozenges sable as many 
clarions or. 

Crest. — Three battle - axes erect 
proper the blades to the dexter in 
front thereof five lozenges sable. 

Motto. — Tu ne cede malis. 



C^J^ir^yM^ 



Lady Elizabeth Maude 
(patent of precedence 
granted 30 May 1862), 
2nd dau. of Sidney, ist 
Baron Herbert of Lea, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
only dau. of Lieut. - 
General Charles Ashe 
A'Court Repington, C. B., 
and niece of Sir William, 
I St Baron Heytesbury, 
G.C.B. ; bom at Wilton 
House, Salisbury, co. 
Wilts, on AVednesday, 
30 July 1851 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London (by the 
Rev. Thomas Boughton 
Buchanan, Rector of 
Potterne, co. Wilts, 
assisted by the Rev. the 
Hon^^ Robert Liddell, 
the Rev. Henry Parry 
Liddon, D.D., and the 
Rev. Dacres Ollivier, 
Rector of Wilton), on 
Tuesday, 25 June 1872. 



Gwendolen Maud, born 6 February 1878, bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington; marr. 
at Highnam (by the Rev. Philip Park, the Vicar) on Thursday, 20 July 1S99, to Harry 
Plunket Greene of Hurstbourne Priors, co. Hants, and of 50 Iverna Gardens, Kensington, 
London (3rd son of Richard Jonas Greene of 49 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, by the 
Hon''''= Louisa Plunket his wife, 4th dau. of John, 3rd Baron Plunket) : born in Dublin 
24 June 1865 ; educated at Dublin, Clifton College, Stuttgart, Florence and London. 



I 



Ethel Geraldine, born at Highnam 11 December 1857, bapt. there 
24 January 1858; marr. at Highnam (by her uncle, the Ven''''= 
Francis Lear, Archdeacon of Salisbury, assisted by the Rev. James 
George Tetley, the Vicar, and the Rev. Greville Turner Hales) on 
Wednesday, 21 September 1887, to Oxley Durant Parker of 
Sharpham, co. Devon (2nd son of John Oxley Parker of Woodham 
Mortimer Place, co. Essex, by Louisa his wife, eldest dau. of Richard Durant of Sharpham, 
CO. Devon, and of High Canons, co. Hertford, J. P. and D.L.) ; born at Woodham Mortimer 
Place on Friday, 20 October 1854. 

103 



Mary Beatrice Gambier, 
born at Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, 19 September, 
bapt. at Highnam 25 
December 1855. 



I 



Sidney Gambler Parry of= 
Downham House, Billericay, 
CO. Essex; bom at Highnam 
Court, CO. Gloucester, on 
Sunday, 9 January, bapt. at 
Highnam 20 February 1859 ; 
educated at Eton. 



=Grace, younger dau. of the Hon'"'' George Dennian, Q.C., M.P., 
by Charlotte his wife, 5th dau. of Samuel Hope of Liverpool ; 
born at 14 Eaton Place South, Pimlico, London, on 
Wednesday, 3 November 1858; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, London (by the Rev. William Henry Draper, 
assisted by the Rev. James George Tetley, Vicar of Highnam), 
on Thursday, 6 November 1890. 



Michael Denman Gambler Parry, 
born at 11 Tedworth Square, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Friday, 
2 1 August, bapt. at Highnam 1 1 
October 1891 ; educated at Eton. 



Edith Joan Gambler, born 
at II Tedworth Square, 
Chelsea, on Wednesday, 9 
November, bapt. at High- 
nam 18 December 1892. 



Richard Gambler Parry, 
born at Highnam Court 
on Saturday, 20 January, 
bapt. at Highnam 25 
February 1894. 



Hilda Katherine Gambler, born at Highnam 8 March, bapt. there 15 April 1866; marr. at 
Highnam (by her uncle, the Ven''''= Francis Lear, Archdeacon of Salisbury, assisted by the 
Rev. Arthur Symonds) on Tuesday, 26 August 1902, to Egerton Tymewell Crlpps (younger 
son of Edmund William Crlpps of Ampney Park, Cirencester, co. Gloucester, by Ada his 
wife, dau. of General Robert Parker Radcllffe, R.A., of Balmore, Caversham, co. O-xford) ; 
born at Ampney Crucis, co. Gloucester, on Friday, 23 October, bapt. there 11 December 1874. 

A 

(See Pedigree of Cripps, Vol. 2, page 120, and Addenda, 
Vol. 10, page 7'.) 



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104 



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Arms. — Sable a fesse between three cross-crosslets argent. 
Crest. — A cross-crosslet between two wings. 
Motto. — Honesta quam splendida. 



John Haddon Askwith of Pickhill and of 01d= 
Sleningford Hall, both co. York (son of William 
Askwith, Alderman and Mayor of Ripon, co. 
York, by Jane his wife, dau. of Peter Handley 
of Howsike, Bishopdale, co. York) ; bom 1 1 
February, bapt. at Ripon Cathedral 13 March 
1782; died 28 May 1824, bur. at Pickhill. 



=Catherine, dau. of William Harrison of Ripon, 
M.D., F.R.S., by Catherine his wife, dau. of 
Henry Atkinson, Town Clerk of Ripon ; bom 
26 July, bapt. at Ripon Cathedral 30 July 
1792; marr. there 15 October 1810; died 
II January 1824, bur. at Pickhill. 



General WiUiam Harrison Askwith, born 7 September, bapt. at Ripon= 
Cathedral 7 October 181 1; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 18 December 1829, Lieutenant 6 November 1830, Captain 23 
November 1841, Major 28 January 1842, Lieut.-Colonel 20 June 1854, 
Brevet Colonel 20 June 1857, Colonel 26 October 1858, Major-General 
I January 1868, Lieut. -General 20 April 1877, General 27 June 1879; 
Colonel Commandant Royal .\rtillery 15 April 1877; retired i July 1881 ; 
appointed Superintendent of the Royal Gunpowder Factory at Waltham 
Abbey 1855 to 1868; commanded the firing party at the funeral of 
William IV. 8 July 1837 ; served as British Military Attache in the Carlist 
War January 1838 to November 1840, present at the action of Muniesa, 
and the siege of Morella, action of Miella, retreat to Caspie, actions near 
Segura and Utrillas, and action of La Cenia, where he was wounded : 
several times mentioned in despatches, brevet of Major, Knight Commander 
of the Order of Isabella the Catholic ; Cross of the ist-class of the Order 
of San Fernando, with two crosses, for actions in the field, and the 
Cross of the Order of Charles III. ; died at his residence, 119 St. George's 
Square, Pimlico, London, aged 86, on Thursday, 25 November, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 30 November 1897. Will dated 11 July 
1892, proved (Prin. Reg., i, 98) 8 January 1898, by Elizabeth Askwith, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 




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.Elizabeth, only 
dau. of George 
Ranken, by Eliza- 
beth Browning 
his wife, only 
dau. of William 
Bayne of New 
Grove, Mile End, 
CO. Middlesex; 
born 17 October 
1826, bapt. at the 
parish church, 
Marylebone, 10 
January 1827 ; 
marr. at Abbots 
Langley, co. 

Hertford (by the 
Rev. Richard 
Gee, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 14 
September 1854. 



Margaret Elizabeth, born at Langley House, .Vbbots Langley, 10 July, bapt. at Abbots 
Langley 9 August 1855; marr. at St. Saviour's, St. George's Square, Pimlico, London 
(by the Rev. Canon Richard Gee, D.D., Vicar of Windsor and Chaplain-in-Ordinary to 
Queen Victoria, assisted by the Rev. Henry Washington, the Vicar), on Wednesday, 19 
November 1890, as his 3rd wife, to Lieut.-Colonel John Kennedy of Kirkland, Tynron, 
Thornhill, co. Dumfries, and of Brookside, Sandbach, co. Chester (only son of John Kennedy 
of Kirkland, J. P., by Agnes his wife, eldest dau. of James McTurk of Stenhouse, co. 
Dumfries): born 2 November 1839; Major (Hon. Lieut.-Colonel) 5th Dragoon Guards 
and Major 2nd Battalion Cheshire (Railway) Volunteers 14 July 1888 to 1905; J. P. for 
the counties of Chester and Dumfries. She died at Brookside, Sandbach, on Thursday, 
25 February, and was bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 2 March 1892. Will dated 
19 November 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 453, 92) 12 April 1892, by George Ranken Askwith, 
Barrister-at-Law, and Thomas Askwith, Assistant Chief Cashier of the Bank of England, 
the Exors. He marr. istly Mary Hunter; 2ndly in 1877, Anna Eraser, widow of Captain 
Frank Baird Smith, R.A. ; and 4thly, at Holy Trinity, Ayr, on Wednesday, 12 July 1893, 
Jessie Barbara, dau. of the Rev. John .\riiiitstcad. Vicar of Sandbach. 

105 



Catherine, born 7 December, 
bapt. at Ripon, co. York, 
14 December 1812; died at 
The Terrace, Ripon, aged 
74, on Friday, 27 May, bur. 
at Ripon Cathedral i June 
1887. Will dated 8 August 
1873, proved at Wakefield 
29 June 1B87, by Elizabeth 
Askwith, spinster, sister, the 
sole Executrix. 



Hannah dau. of= 
J. Richardson 
of Kirkham, co. 
Lancaster; marr. 
28 June 1839; 
died in 1840. 
I St wife. 



=John Haddon Askwith= 
of Pendleton, co. Lan- 
caster, Surgeon ; born 
19 February, bapt. at 
Ripon 28 February 
1 8 14; died at Pendle- 
ton 21 November 
1 86 1. Will dated 18 
November 1 86 1 , proved 
at Manchester 26 Feb- 
ruary 1862, by Eliza 
Askwith, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



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=Eliza, dau. of James 
Milnes ; marr. 29 
June 1841 ; died at 
23 Strawberry Road, 
Pendleton, 18 May 
1877. Will dated 9 
January 1875, proved 
at Manchester 8 June 
1877, by John 
Theophilus Swallow, 
one of the Exors. 
2nd wife. 



A\ 



Alice Browning, born 
25 February, bapt. 
at Waltham Abbey, 
CO. Essex, 25 March 
1857- 



William Bayne Ask- 
with, born at Waltham 
Abbey on Wednesday, 
22 December 1858, 
bapt. there 25 January 
1859 ; Lieutenant 
Royal Engineers 9 
October 1877 ; acci- 
dentally killed at 
Suakim, Egypt, aged 
26, on Friday, 27 
February 1885, bur. 
there. Adinon was 
granted at the Prin- 
cipal Registry 2 May 
1885, to William 
Harrison Askwith, a 
General in the Army, 
father and next of kin. 



George Ranken Askwith= 
of 12 Hans Crescent, 
London, and The How 
St. Ive's, CO. Huntingdon, 
K.C. ; born at Waltham 
Abbey on Sunday, 17 
February, bapt. there 
26 March 1861 ; educated 
at Marlborough College 
and at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 
October 1880, Scholar 
1880-83, Exhibitioner 
1883-86, B.A. 1884 
(3rd-class Classical Mods. 
1 88 1, I Hist. 1884), 
M.A. 1887 ; Barrister-at- 
Law of the Liner and 
Middle Temples 17 No- 
vember 1886; Counsel 
to the Commissioners of 
H.M.'s Works and Public 
Buildings, and to the 
Crown in Peerage claims; 
Steward of H.M.'s Manor 
and Liberty of the Savoy; 
Assistant Secretary to the 
Board of Trade (Railway 
Department) since Au- 
gust 1907; K.C. February 
1908. 



=Ellen, 2nd dau. of 
Archibald Peel of 
Westlea, Broxbourne, 
CO. Hertford, J. P. 
and D.L., by Mary 
Ellen his ist wife, 
elder dau. of Sir 
William Henry Roger 
Palmer, 4th Baronet ; 
born at 30 Adelaide 
Crescent, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 30 August 
1863 ; marr. at Worm- 
ley, CO. Hertford (by 
the Rev. the HonW« 
Maurice Berkeley 
Peel, assisted by the 
Ven'''^ William Henry 
Askwith, Archdeacon 
of Taunton, and the 
Rev. Percival Ewen 
Wilson, the Rector), 
on Thursday, 20 
February 1908. She 
marr. istly 2 Septem- 
ber 1890, Henry 
Graham, Major 20th 
Hussars, who died 13 
February 1907, and 
was bur. at Twicken- 
ham, CO. Middlesex. 



Lieut. -Colonel John 
Browning Harrison 
Askwith, born at 
Waltham Abbey on 
Saturday, 16 August, 
bapt. there 9 Sep- 
tember 1862 ; Lieu- 
tenantRoyalArtillery 
22 February 1882, 
Captain 2 April 
1890, Major 9 Octo- 
ber 1899, and com- 
manded V Battery 
Royal HorseArtillery 
from 13 February 
1900, Lieut.-Colonel 
20 November 1907 ; 
served in South 
African War 1899 
to 1900 (Queen's 
medal with clasp). 



106 



Robert Askwith of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, M.D. ;= 
born 13 April, bapt. at Ripon, co. York, 18 April 
181 5; died suddenly at Huntley Lodge, Cheltenham, 
aged 65, on Thursday, 27 January, bur. at Leck- 
hampton, co. Gloucester, i February 1881. Will 
dated 6 January 1866, proved at Gloucester 18 
February 1881, by the Rev. William Henry Askwith 
of Derby, son, the sole Exor. 



^Marian, youngest dau. of William 
Dawson of Azerley Hall, Ripon ; bom 
30 November 1828; marr. at Sowerby, 
CO. York, 10 August 1842 ; died at 
the Vicarage, Taunton, on Saturday, 
27 May, bur. in St. Mary's Cemetery, 
Taunton, 31 May 1899. Will dated 
I February 188 1, proved at Taunton 
14 June 1899, by the Rev. William 
Henry Askwith and Marian Kate 
Askwith, spinster, the Exors. 



Van'''' William Henry Askwith, born 1 7 September, = 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Leeds, 13 November 1843; 
educated at Cheltenham College and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1863, B.A. (Senior Optime and 3rd-class 
Classical Tripos) 1867, M.A. 1875 J Vicar of Christ 
Church, Derby, 1876-87, and of St. Mary 
Magdalene, Taunton, co. Somerset, since 1887, 
Rural Dean of Taunton 1889-1903, and of 
Wellington 1897-1902, Prebendary of Barton St. 
David in Wells Cathedral 1891-1903, Archdeacon 
of Taunton and Prebendary of Milverton since 
1903. 



=Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Hudleston Stokes of Bath, 
CO. Somerset, and of the 
Hon*''': East India Co.'s 
Service, by Sarah PLllen 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Gabriel Stokes, Rector of 
Skreen, co. Sligo ; born 
at Guntoor, South India, 
29 October 1843 ! marr. 
at St. Paul's, Tiverton, 
CO. Devon (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Henry George 
Stokes, assisted by the 
Rev. George Hadow, 
the Rector), on Tuesday, 
2 August 1870. 



Marian Kate, 
born at Leeds 
26 June 1846. 



Charles Hamilton Askwith, born 
at Waltham Abbey, co. Essex, on 
Friday, 15 April, bapt. there 17 
May 1864 ; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy; died at 119 St. George's 
Square, Pimlico, London, aged 
22, on Wednesday, g February, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 12 February 1887. 
Adnion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 28 March 
1887, to William Harrison 
Askwith of 119 St. George's 
Square, London, father and next 
of kin. 



Henry Francis Askwith, born at Waltham Abbey on 
Sunday, 24 December 1865, bapt. there 30 January 1866 ; 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 5 July 1884, Captain 15 
November 1893, Major 6 April 1900, and subsequently 
commanded R Battery Royal Horse Artillery ; served in 
South African War 1899-1900, at advance on Kimberley, 
including actions at Modder River and Magersfontein, at 
relief of Kimberley ; operations in the Orange Free State 
February to May 1900, including operations at Paardeburg 
(17 to 26 February), actions at Poplar Grove, 
Dreifontein and Karee Siding, Vet River {5 and 6 May) 
and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 
1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and 
Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); in Orange River 
Colony May to August 1900, including actions at 
Wittebergen, i to 10 July (Queen's medal with eight 
clasps). 



107 



Thomas Askwith of Ripon, co. York; born 21= 
September, bapt. at Ripon 24 September 1816; 
died at Ripon, in his 72nd year, on Sunday, 
8 July, bur. in a vault in the yard of Ripon 
Cathedral 11 July 1888. Will dated g Novem- 
ber 1874, proved at Wakefield 30 July 1888, by 
Sarah Nowell Askwith, relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Sarah Nowell, dau. of Christopher Johnson of 
Ripon, by Anne his wife ; born 13 February 
1825 ; marr. at Ripon Cathedral 9 January 
1847 ; died at Church Crescent, St. Albans, 
CO. Hertford, aged 81, on Friday, 8 June, 
bur. in a vault in the yard at Ripon Cathedral 
on Wednesday, 13 June 1906. Will dated 
22 August 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 903, 
1906) 9 July 1906, by Thomas Askwith and 
Robert Askwith, sons, the Exors. 



Thomas Askwith= 
of Sleningford, St. 
Albans ; born g 
May 1848; edu- 
cated at Ripon 
Grammar School ; 
Assistant Chief 
Cashier of the 
Bank of England 
since 28 January 
1886. 



=Maria Eugenie, 
only dau. of An- 
drew Johnson of 
Weybridge, co. 
Surrey ; born t 9 
November 1855; 
marr. at St. James', 
Weybridge, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. 
Edward Joseph 
Rose, the Rector), 
on Thursday, 1 3 
August 1874. 



Robert Askwith of=^ 
Witton Hall, Witton- 
le-Wear, co. Durham ; 
born 21 July 1849, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Ripon, 1 1 June 1850; 
educated at Ripon 
Grammar School ; 
Pupil to William 
Bouch of Darlington ; 
elected M. Inst. C.E. 



Caroline, 2nd dau. of George 
Kitchingman of Sowerby, co. 
York, by Augusta his wife, 2nd 
dau. of William Dawson of 
Azerley Hall, Ripon ; born 30 
November 1849, bapt. at St. 
Oswald's, Sowerby ; marr. there 
(by the Rev. William Henry 
Askwith), on Wednesday, 15 
August 1877. 



Augusta Kate, born at Bishop Auckland, co. 
Durham, 24 November 1879, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Bishop Auckland, 8 February 1880. 



Kate Valentine, born at 4 
.Shelburne Road, Holloway, 
CO. Middlesex, on Thursday, 
14 February, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Holloway, 7 April 
1878. 



Thomas Nowell Askwith, born 
at 4 Shelburne Road, Holloway, 
on Saturday, 27 December 1879, 
bapt. at St. Barnabas', Hollo- 
way, 4 April 1 880 ; educated at 
Haileybury. 



Christian Alice Eugenie, 
born at Warners, St. 
Albans, on Tuesday, 6 
June, bapt. at St. Alban's 
Abbey 19 July iSgg. 



Cecil Theodore Askwith, 
born at Brunswick Lodge, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 25 February 1883. 



Mabel Alloway, born at All Souls' Vicarage, Haley Hill, Halifax, 
CO. York, on Saturday, 2 May 1885 ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Bedford (by her cousin, the Ven'^'^ William Henry Askwith, 
Archdeacon of Taunton, assisted by her uncle, the Rev. Edward 
Harrison Askwith, D.D., and the Rev. John Ernest Gilbert, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 4 January igo6, to Noel Parry Symonds 
of Bedford, 5th son of J. F. Symonds of Hereford. 



108 



Jane, born 30 March 18 18; marr. at Campsall, co. York (by the Rev. William Ward, 
the Vicar), on Friday, 23 November 1849, to the Rev. John Royds (youngest son of Clement 
Royds of Mount Falinge and Greenhill, Rochdale, co. Lancaster, J. P. and D.L. for the 
counties of York and Lancaster, by Jane his wife, only dau. of Charles Hudson of Shaw 
Hill, CO. York, J. P. and D.L.); born 23 November 1818, bapt. at St. Mary's, Rochdale, 
II June 1819; of Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1847; Rector of Heysham, 
CO. Lancaster ; died at the Rectory, Heysham, aged 46, on Friday, 9 June, bur. there 
14 June 1865. Will dated 6 June 1865, proved at Lancaster i July 1865, by the Rev. 
Charles Smith Royds of Haughton, co. Stafford, uncle, the sole Exor. She died at Heysham 
Cottage, aged 86, on Wednesday, 6 July, and was bur. in a vault in the churchyard at 
Heysham 11 July 1904. Will dated 13 November 1900, proved at Lancaster 9 August 
1904, by the Ven'''' William Henry Askwith, and Robert Askwith, Civil Engineer, nephews, 
the Exors. 

(See Pedigree of Royds, Vol. j, page 14, and 
Addenda, Vol. 12, page li.) 



Anne Jane, born at 
Ripon, CO. York, 13 
January, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Ripon, 21 
April 185 1 ; Principal 
of the Sarah Tucker 
College, Palamcot- 
tah. South India ; 
Kaisir-i-Hind Medal, 
2nd -class. 



Catherine (twin with 
Henry), born at Ripon 
4 September 1852. 



Rev. Prebendary Henry Askwith= 
(twin with Catherine), born at 
Ripon 4 September 1852; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 
■fnatriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1877, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884; 
Vicar of All Souls', Halifax, co. 
York, 1883-87, Chaplain of the 
Hereford Infirmary 1892, Preben- 
dary of Hunderton in Hereford 
Cathedral 1897, Vicar of St. James', 
Hereford, 1887-99, ^•''d of St. 
John's, Upper HoUoway, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 1899 until his death; 
died at St. John's Vicarage, Upper 
Holloway, aged 48, on Wednesday, 
5 September, bur. in the cemetery 
at Hereford after a service at St. 
James', Hereford, on Saturday, 
8 September 1900. 



=Louisa Alloway, dau. Mary, born 

of John Jenkins at Ripon 

Thompson of Rother- 29 April 

hithe, CO. Surrey, by 1854. 

Charlotte Alloway his 

2nd wife ; born 7 

March 1850; marr. 

at Christ Church, 

Surbiton, co. Surrey 

(by the Rev. James 

Wareing Bardsley, the 

Vicar, assisted by the 

Rev. William Henry 

Askwith, Vicar of 

Christ Church, Derby), 

on Thursday, i June 

1882. 



Leonard Henry Askwith, born at 
All Souls' Vicarage, Haley Hill, 
Halifax, on Wednesday, 27 April 
1887. _ 

Wilfred Askwith, born at St. James', 
Vicarage, Hereford, on Thursday, 
24 April 1890. 



Evelyn Maud, bom at St. James' 
Vicarage, Hereford, on Tuesday, 
7 July 1 89 1. 

Arthur Vivian Askwith, born at 
St. James' Vicarage, Hereford, 
on Thursday, 16 November 1893. 



Ernest Noel Askwith, 
born at St. James' 
Vicarage, Hereford, 
on Monday, 31 De- 
cember 1894 ; died 
there, aged i month, 
on Saturday, 2 Feb- 
ruary 1S95. 



109 



Mary Ann, born 2 February, bapt. 
at Wath, CO. York, 9 February 1820; 
died I October 1831, bur. in the 
cathedral churchyard at Ripon, co. 
York. M.I. 



Ehzabeth, born 13 
March, bapt. at 
Wath 1 8 March 



Charlotte, born 4 June, bapt. 
at Ripon 6 June 1823; died 
18 March 1825, bur. in the 
cathedral churchyard at Ripon. 
M.I. 



Rev. William Askwith, born at= 
Ripon 29 November 1855, 
bapt. there privately ; educated 
at Ripon Grammar School 
and at Durham University, 
L.Th. 1882, B.A. 1888, M.A. 
1894; Vicar of Ugthorpe, co. 
York, 1884-92, Curate of Drif- 
field Ambo, CO. York, 1892-95, 
and 1903-1905, of Holy Trinity, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 1895-97, 
of Ripley, co. Derby, 1 898-1 903, 
and of Bolton Percy, co. York, 
since 1905. 



=Marion Beatrice Sophia, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. William 
Burton Crickmer of East 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, formerly 
of Beverley, co. York, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of 
John Dey of H.B.M's Civil 
Service, Gibraltar ; born 28 
October 1872, bapt. at the 
Minster, Beverley ; marr. at 
Saltburn-by-the-Sea, co. York 
(by the Rev. John Haddon 
Askwith, assisted by the 
Rev. Frank Charles Stott), 
23 April 1901. 



Elizabeth, born at Ripon 28 
May 1857; marr. at Christ 
Church, Derby (by the Rev. 
John Haddon Askwith, the 
Vicar, assisted by the Rev. 
William Askwith, Vicar of 
Ugthorpe, her brothers, 
and the Rev. Frederick 
McKenzie), on Tuesday, 22 
October 1889, to the Rev. 
Donald James McKenzie ; 
of the London College of 
Divinity 1885 ; a Missionary 
at Amritsar, Lahore, India, 
since 1889. =p 
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William Askwith, born at Bolton 
Percy 26 February, bapt. there 
31 March 1906. 



Edward Haddon Askwith, born 22 July, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Derby, 26 
August 1895; died 16 October, bur. in 
the new cemetery at Derby 20 October 
1896. 



Dorothy Haddon, born 
9 October, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Derby, 
20 November 1896. 



Claud Haddon Askwith, 
born 23 June, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Derby, 
25 July 1898. 



Rev. John Haddon= 
Askwith, born at 
Ripon, CO. York, 
20 August 1859, 
bapt. there ; of 
Pembroke College, 
Cambridge,matricu- 
lated Michaelmas 
Term, 1877, B.A. 
(Sen. Opt.) 1881, 
M.A. 1884; Curate 
of Aston-juxta-Bir- 
mingham, 1882-87; 
Vicar of Christ 
Church, Derby, 
since 1887. 



^Adelaide Mary, 


Sarah 


Nowell, 


1 
Rev. Charles Ask-=j= 


6th dau. of Ed- 


born 


It Ripon 


with, born at Ripon 


ward Eyre Atthill 


4januaryi86i. 


19 September, bapt. 


of Ardvarney, co. 






there privately 26 


Fermanagh, J. P., 






October 1862; of 


by Jane his 






St. John's Col- 


wife, dau. of 






lege, Cambridge, 


Lowther Brien of 






matriculated Lent 


Ardvarney ; bom 






Term, 1888, B.A. 


at Ardvarney 6 






1890, M.A. 1894; 


March 1859, 






Vicar of Christ 


bapt. at Ardess, 






Church, St. Albans, 


CO. Fermanagh ; 






CO. Hertford, and 


marr. there 19 






Chaplain of St. 


September 1894. 






Albans Union 1895 
-98, Vicar of St. 
James', Carlisle, 
CO. Cumberland, 
1 898-1 903, Rector 
of Melcombe Regis 
and Christ Church 
with Radipole, co. 
Dorset, since 1903. 



David Alban Askwith, born at Christ 
Church Vicarage, St. Albans, on 
Thursday, 5 December 1895, bapt. 
at Christ Church, St. Albans, 12 
January 1896. 

Ruth Winifred, born at Christ Church 
Vicarage, St. Albans, on Monday, 
25 January, bapt. at Christ Church, 
St. Albans, 14 March 1897. 



Eleanor Isabel, 
dau. of John 
Stevens Charles 
of London, by 
Martha Isabel 
his wife ; born 
in London 18 
November 1866, 
bapt. at St. 
Luke's, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 
30 January 1867; 
marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants 
(by the Rev. 
Sydney Augustus 
Selwyn, Vicar 
of St. John's, 
Boscombe, co. 
Hants), 22 Feb- 
ruary 1895. 



Stephen Charles Askwith, born at 
Christ Church Vicarage, St. Albans, on 
Thursday, i December, bapt. at Christ 
Church, St. Albans, on Christmas 
Day, 1898. _ 

Mary Eleanor, born at St. Mary's 
Rectory, Weymouth, co. Dorset, on 
Friday, 18 January, bapt. at the parish 
church, Melcombe Regis, 12 February 
1907. 



John Lombe Haddon Askwith, 
born 8 January, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Derby, 26 March 
1900. 



Adelaide Maud Haddon, 
born 19 September, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Derby, 
31 October 1901. 



Hcber Lowther Haddon Askwith, 
born 20 September 1903, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Derby, 17 
January 1904. 



Rev. Edward Harrison Askwith of= 
Selvvyn Croft, Cambridge, D.D. ; born 
at Ripon, CO. York, 8 September 
1864, bapt. privately; educated at 
Christ's Hospital and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1883, Scholar 
1883, B.A. (bracketed 10th Wrangler) 
1886, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1900, D.D. 

1902, Norrisian Prize 1898; Assistant 
Master Westminster School 1888-89, 
Head Master South-Eastern College, 
Ramsgate, co. Kent, 1889-91 ; Select 
Preacher, Cambridge, 1893, 1895 and 
1906, Vicar of St. Michael and All 
Angels', Cambridge, 1893-96, Chap- 
lain of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
since 1894; Author of "Destination 
and Date of Epistle to Galatians " 
(Norrisian Essay), 1899, "The Chris- 
tian Conception of Holiness," 1900, 
" Introduction to the Thessalonian 
Epistles," 1902, "Pure Geometry," 

1903, "Sin and the Need of Atone- 
ment," 1906, and "The Analytical 
Geometry of the Conic Sections," 
190S ; also Papers on "Groups of 
Substitutions " in Quarterly Journal 
of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 
1889, 1890 and 1892. 



=Mary Douglas, eldest 
dau. of Sir (Charles) 
Douglas Fox of 
Kippington Grange, 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 
formerly of Coombe 
Springs, Kingston-on- 
Thames, CO. Surrey, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Francis Wright 
of Osmaston Manor, 
CO. Derby ; born 1 2 
November 1864, 

bapt. privately ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Nor- 
biton, CO. Surrey (by 
her uncle, the Rev. 
Frederick Edward 
Wigram, assisted by 
the Rev. Henry 
Askwith and the 
Rev. John Rooker, 
the Vicar), on Tues- 
day, 2 July 1889. 



Rev. George Ask-= 
with, born at Ripon 
I August 1866, bapt. 
there privately ; of 
Queens' College, 
Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas 
Term, 1894, B.A. 
1897, M.A. 1901 ; 
Curate of St. 
George's, Leeds, 
CO. York, 1897-99, 
and of St. Mat- 
thew's, Redhill, co. 
Surrey, 1899- 1904, 
Vicar of St. James', 
Plumstead,co.Kent, 
since 1905. 



=Marion, youngest 
dau. of George 
John Coote of 
Alexandra Road, 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, by 
Louisa his wife, 
dau. of William 
Harris of Lon- 
don; born 3 June 
1863 ; marr. at 
Trinity Church, 
Hampstead (by 
the Rev. Henry 
Sharpe, the Vicar, 
assisted by the 
Rev. Charles Ask- 
with, Vicar of 
Christ Church, 
St. Albans), on 
Wednesday, 20 
October 1897. 



Howard George Askwith, 
born at Plumstead 9 May, 
bapt. at St. James', Plum- 
stead, 14 June 1905. 



Edward Douglas Askwith, 
born at 9 Brookside, 
Cambridge, on Saturday, 
9 February, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Cambridge, 1 1 
March 1895. 



Judith Marjorie, born at 
Selwyn House, Cambridge, 
on Saturday, 7 November, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Cambridge, 13 December 
1896. 



Beatrice Mary, born at Selwyn 
Croft, Cambridge, on Mon- 
day, 29 January, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, Cambridge, 27 
February 1900. 



Rev. Francis Nowell Askwith, born at= 
Ripon 27 October 1867, bapt. there 
privately ; of Queens' College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1886, 
B.A. (nth .Sen. Opt.) 1889, M.A. 1893; 
Tutor at Church Missionary Children's 
Home, Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 1890-92, 
Curate of Christ Church, Derby, 1892-94, 
Vice-Principal Church Missionary College 
at Kottayam, Travancore, South India, 
1894, and Principal of same since 1895. 



=Emily Benigna, dau. of the Rev. James James Edgar 

Sheldon, formerly of the Church Askwith, born 

Missionary Society, afterwards Rector at Ripon 8 No- 

of Atlow, CO. Derby, by Adelaide vember 1869; 

Gustavia Catherine Martha his wife. Civil Engineer; 

dau. of Charles Nicholas Weiss of emigrated to 

London ; born at Karachi, India, Canada in 

19 March 1870, bapt. there; marr. at 1906. 
Palamcottah, South India, 2 April 1895. 




DE RAMSEY. 

Arms 071 record in the College ofArms.—kzwxQ a fesse dancettd ermine 

between three lions' heads erased or murally crowned argent. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased and crowned as in the arms charged with 

a fesse dancette ermine. 
Supporters. — Two rams proper each gorged with a chain or thereupon 

pendent an escutcheon ermine charged with a ram's eye 

also proper. 
Motto. — Patientia et perseverantia cum magnanimitate. 



Be Bamscp. 



William Henry Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, co.= 
Huntingdon, and of Haverland Hall, co. Norfolk, 
eldest son of William Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, 
and of Nacton, co. Suffolk, M.P. (ist cousin of 
Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Park, co. Norfolk, 
see Vol. 8, page g'j), by Lavinia his wife, dau. 
and coheir of James Smyth of St. Audries, co. 
Somerset ; born 15 July 1769 ; M.P. for 
Huntingdon 26 May 1796 to 1807, and for co. 
Huntingdon 13 May 1807 to July 1830 ; Major 
Huntingdonshire Militia ; died at his seat, Ramsey 
Abbey, in his 69th year, on Wednesday, 23 August 
1837. Will dated 17 June 1837, proved (P.C.C. 
833 Norwich) 6 December 1837, by Edward 
Fellowes, son, one of the Exors. 



=Emma, 2nd dau. of Richard Benyon of 
Englefield House, co. Berks, and of Gidea 
Hall, CO. Essex, by Hannah his wile, eldest 
dau. of Sir Edward Hulse of Breamore 
House, CO. Hants, Baronet ; born 4 July 
1780; marr. 23 July 1805; died at 
Felthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, in her 82nd 
year, on Monday, 27 January 1862. Will 
dated 11 August 1852, with codicil dated 
20 May 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 214, 62) 
9 April 1862, by Edward Fellowes of 
Ramsey Abbey, son, one of the Exors. 



William Henry Fellowes, 
born II July 1806; died 
unmarried on Thursday, 
17 March 1S36. .Adirion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 20 
April 1836, to William 
Henry Fellowes, father. 



Emma, born 30 June 1807; marr. at the parish church, Ramsey 
(by the Rev. Charles Fellowes), on Tuesday, 9 August 1842, 
to Henry, 3rd and last Baron Bayning ; born in Stanhope Street, 
Mayfair, London, 8 June, bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 6 July 1797; of St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1818; Rector of Brome with Oakley, co. Suffolk, afterwards 
of Honingham, co. Norfolk ; by Royal Licence dated 8 September 
1823, he took the name of William-Powlett, being that of his 
maternal grandfather, in lieu of that of Townshend ; succeeded 
his brother, Charles Frederick Powlett, as 3rd Baron 2 August 1823 ; died s.p. 
at Honingham Hall, in his 70th year, on Sunday, 5 August 1866. Will dated 13 July 
1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 681, 66) 13 November 1866, by Richard Benyon of 
Englefield House, co. Berks, one of the Exors. Power reserved to Emma Powlett, 
Baroness Bayning, relict, and James Gordon Murdoch, the other Exors. She died at 
Honingham Hall, aged 80, on Thursday, 10 November 1887, and was bur. at Honingham. 
Will dated 15 October 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 1009, 87) 24 December 1887, by 
the Hon'''^ Ailwyn Edward Fellowes of 12 John Street, Berkeley Square, London, nephew, 
one of the Exors. 



Inna, born in Belgrave Square, London, on Saturday, 20 March 1847, bapt. at Grosvenor 
Chapel, South Audley Street, London ; marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London (by the 
Rt. Rev. James Russell Woodford, Bishop of Ely, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Woodruff and 
the Rev. Thomas Lyon Fellowes), on Tuesday, 30 April 1872, to Henry Enderby Eaton 
(eldest son of Henry William Eaton, M.P., who was created Baron Cheylesmore of 
Cheylesmore, Coventry, co. Warwick, 9 July 1887); born at Gloucester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, on Tuesday, 11 May 1841 ; died at 38 Rutland Gate, London, in his 38th 
year, on Monday, 7 April 1879, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London. She was marr. 2ndly 
at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (by the Rev. Whitwell Elwin, assisted by the Rev. 
Stephen Parkinson, D.D.), on Tuesday, 19 September 1S82, to Henry Laurence Whateley of 
44 Eaton Square, London (eldest son of John Welchman Whateley); born 23 October 1836; 
of Balliol College, O.xford, matriculated 30 May 1855, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863; of H.M. 
Privy Council Office. 



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Edward Fellowes, Baron de Ramsey; born 14 April= 
1809 ; educated at the Charterhouse; sometime Lieutenant 
15th Hussars; Chairman of the Middle Level Com- 
mission; M.P. for CO. Huntingdon 10 August 1837 to 24 
March 1880; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Huntingdon 
and Norfolk : created Baron de Ramsey of Ramsey Abbey, 
CO. Huntingdon, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 

5 July 1887 ; died at 3 Belgrave Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 9 August 1887, bur. in the family vault at 
Ramsey. Will dated 25 June 1883, with five codicils 
dated respectively 26 February 1885, 25 March 1886, 

6 May 1886, 9 August 1886 and 25 March 1887, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 927, 87) 12 November 1887, by Mary Julia, 
Dowager Baroness de Ramsey, of 3 Belgrave Square, relict, 
and William Henry, Baron de Ramsey, son, the Exors. 



=Hon'''' Mary Julia, eldest dau. of 
George John, 4th Baron Sondes, 
by Eleanor his wife, 5th dau. of 
Sir Edward KnatchbuU of Mers- 
ham, CO. Kent, 8th Baronet ; 
bom at Elmham Hall, co. 
Norfolk, 8 October 1825 ; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
22 July 1845; died 10 April 
1 90 1, bur. in the family vault 
at Ramsey. Will dated 22 
July 1 89 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 
573, 1901) 25 May 1901, by the 
Hon''''= Ailwyn Edward Fellowes, 
M.P., the sole Exor. 



William Henry Fellowes, Baron de Ramsey ; bom in= 
Belgrave Square, London, 16 May 1848; educated at 
Eton; entered the Army as Cornet ist Life Guards 
16 March 1867, Lieutenant 22 July 1868, Captain 29 
May 1872; of the Huntingdonshire Light Horse until 
the Regiment was disbanded ; Hon. Colonel 4th Volunteer 
Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment 1901 ; M.P. for co. Hunt- 
ingdon 1880-S5 and for Ramsey Division 1885-87 ; Lord-in- 
\\ aiting to Queen Victoria 1890-92 ; Custos Rotulomm 
for the Isle of Ely since 1891, J. P., D.L. and County 
Alderman for co. Huntingdon ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baron 9 August 1887 ; Patron of the livings of 
Ramsey and Little Raveley, both co. Huntingdon, and 
of Haveringland and Brandeston, both co. Norfolk. 



=Lady Rosamond Jane Prances, 2nd 
dau. of John Winston, 7th Duke of 
Marlborough, K.G., P.C. ; born 
in Brook Street, London, 9 No- 
vember 185 1 ; marr. at St. James', 
Westminster (by the Rt. Rev. 
James Russell Woodford, Bishop 
of Ely, assisted by the Rev. 
John Edward Kempe, the Rector, 
and the Rev. Thomas Lyon 
P'ellowes, Canon of Norwich and 
Vicar of Honingham, co. Norfolk), 
on Thursday, 12 July 1877. 



Alexandra Frances Anne, born at 20 Upper Brook Street, London, 29 June 18S0 ; marr. at the 
Guards' Chapel, Wellington Barracks (by the Rt. Rev. Francis James Chavasse, Bishop of 
Liverpool, assisted by the Ven'''^ Francis Gerald Vesey, Archdeacon of Huntingdon, the 
Rev. Herbert Rowsell and the Rev. Charles Alfred Peacock), on Monday, 15 February 1904, to 
the Hon''''= Ferdinand Charles Stanley of Birtley House, Witley, co. Surrey, D.S.O. (4th son of 
Frederick Arthur, Earl of Derby, K.G.); born at 72 Portland Place, West Kensington, London, 
on Saturday, 28 January 1871 : educated at Wellington College; entered the Army from Militia 
as 2nd Lieutenant King's Royal Rifles 10 October 1891, 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 
24 May 1893, Lieutenant 30 July 1897, Captain 30 November 1899; Captain Imperial 
Yeomanry 17 February 1900; Captain Reserve of Officers 4 June 1904; Extra A.D.C. to 
Lieut. -General and Governor of Ireland 11 February 1896 to 31 December 1896; served 
in the Nile Expedition 1898, at battle of Khartoum (medal, Egyptian medal with clasp); 
served in South African War with Imperial Yeomanry 1899-1902 ; on Staff as Camp 
Commandant (graded D.A.A.G.) Headquarters, South Africa, 29 November 1900; at operations 
in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; 
operations in the Transvaal 30 November 1900 to 31 May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with three clasps. King's medal with 
two clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 1900). =j= 

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Richard Benyon of Englefield House, co. Berks ; born 1 7 November= 
181 1 ; educated at the Charterhouse and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1833, M.A. 1836; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 
II November 1833, called to the Bar 23 November 1837; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Berks, High Sheriff 1857, a Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions; M.P. for co. Berks 1860-76; High Steward of Reading; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 10 January 1855, the surname of 
Benyon in lieu of that of Fellowes in compliance with the will of his 
maternal uncle, Richard Benyon de Beauvoir of Englefield House ; 
died at Englefield House, aged 85, on Monday, 26 July, bur. at 
Englefield 31 July 1897. Will dated 30 May 1888, with two codicils 
dated respectively 16 June 1S90 and 10 July 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 1 73, 97) 4 November 1897, by Elizabeth Mary Benyon, relict, 
James Herbert Fellowes and William George Mount, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Mary, 2nd 
dau. of Robert Clutter- 
buck of Watford House, 
CO. Hertford ; born at 
Bevis Mount, Southamp- 
ton, on Monday, 20 May 
1833; niarr. at the parish 
church, Watford (by the 
Rev. James Charles 
Clutterbuck, assisted by 
the Rev. Arthur Emilius 
Hulton), on Thursday, 
25 March 1858. 



A daughter, born 
in Belgrave 

Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 6 
May 1851 ; died 
shortly after. 



The Rt. Hon'''"^ Ailwyn Edward= 
Fellowes of Honingham Hall, 
CO. Norfolk; born at Plymouth, 
CO. Devon, on Saturday, 10 
November 1855 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1874, B.A. 1878; Captain 
3rd Battalion Norfolk Regiment (Militia) 1883-93, 
retired as Hon. Major 14 January 1893; J. P. for 
the counties of Norfolk and Huntingdon ; M.P. 
for Northern division of co. Huntingdon August 
1887 to January 1906, Vice-Chamberlain of Queen 
Victoria's Household 1895 to November 1900, 
Junior Lord of the Treasury November 1900 to 
March 1905, one of the Government Whips, 
President of the Board of Agriculture and 
Fisheries 1905-1906; sworn a Privy Councillor at 
Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, 14 March 1905 ; 
a Director of the Great Eastern Railway Company. 



■Hon''''' Agatha Eleanor 
Augusta, only surviving 
dau. of Hedworth Hyl- 
ton, 2nd Baron Hylton; 
born at 36 Upper Hyde 
Park Gardens, London, 
on Sunday, 18 October 
1863; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London 
(by the Rev. the Hon"= 
George Bourke, Rector 
of Pulborough, co. Sus- 
sex, assisted by the Rev. 
the Hon'''^ Algernon 
Lawley and the Rev. 
James Baden Powell), 
on Tuesday, 9 February 
1886. 



Maud Mariquita 
Helen, born at 
Haverland Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, on 
Friday, 19 De- 
cember 1862; 
died, aged 3 
months, on Mon- 
day, 9 March 
1863. 



Ronald Townshend Fellowes, born at 16 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, London, on Tuesday, 
7 December 1886; educated at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst; entered the Army 
as 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade 19 June 1907. 



Coulson Churchill Fellowes, born= 
8 February 1883 ; educated at Eton ; 
joined as 2nd Lieutenant 5th Bat- 
talion King's Royal Rifle Corps 
(Militia) 12 September 1900, entered 
the ist Life Guards 22 May 1901, 
Lieutenant 16 May 1903, Captain 25 
May 1907 ; J. P. for co. Huntingdon 
i9°5- 



=Guendolen Dorothy, eldest dau. of Harry Wyndham 
Jefferson of Stoke Rochford, co. Lincoln, and of 
Berkeley Square, London, by Gwendolen Mary his wife, 
dau. of Charles Arthur Talbot ; marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster (by the Rev. Canon Richard Edward 
Warner, Rector of North Stoke, co. Lincoln, assisted by 
the Rev. John Robert Pawley Smith, Vicar of Ramsey, 
CO. Huntingdon, and the Rev. Canon Herbert Hensley 
Henson, D.fJ.), on Monday, 9 July 1906. 



Diana Rosamund, 
bom 30 May 1907. 



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James Fellowes of Kingston House, co. Dorset ,- 
bom 31 July 1813; Lieutenant Royal Navy; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Dorset, High Sheriff 
1859 ; died at 6 Bryanston Square, London, 
aged 75, on Thursday, 4 July 1889, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 
II November 1S76, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 December 1883, and i Feb- 
ruary 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 681, 89) 
9 August 1889, by James Herbert Fellowes, 
son, the sole Exor. 



=Gertrude Charlotte, 5th dau. of Nathaniel 
JNIicklethwait of Taverham Hall, co. Norfolk ; 
born 19 July 1826; marr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, London, 18 July 1847 ; 
died at Kingston House, in her 80th year, 
on Wednesday, 25 April 1906, bur. at 
Stinsford, co. Dorset. Will dated 15 June 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 75, 1906) 
31 May 1906, by James Herbert Benyon 
and Francis Henry Astley Manners Sutton, 
the Exors. 



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lyFor issue see Pedigree of Benyon page 121.) 



Marion Emma, born in Grosvenor Square, London, on Tuesday, 14 February i860, 
bapt. at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London ; marr. there (by the Rt. Rev. John 
Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of O.xford, assisted by the Rev. Charles Henry Travers, Rector of 
St. Mark's, Englefield, co. Berks, and the Rev. John Watson Ayre, the Vicar), on Thursday, 
29 June 1882, to Sir John Shelley of Shobrooke Park, Crediton, co. Devon, Baronet (eldest 
son of Sir Frederick Shelley, Baronet, by Charlotte Martha his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Hippisley of Lambome Place, co. Berks); bom 31 August 1848; educated at 
Marlborough College and at University College, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1867, 
B.A. 1872; a Student of the Inner Temple 1871 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Devon, High Sheriff 
1895 ; Hon. Colonel, formerly Lieut.-Colonel Commanding, Royal ist Devon Imperial 
Yeomanry 24 June 1896 ; succeeded his father as 9th Baronet 19 March 1869. 



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Eric William Edward Fellowes, 
born at 12 John Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, on Thursday, 
24 November 1887. 



Hedworth George Ailwyn Fellowes, 
born at 48 Wilton Crescent, West- 
minster, on Friday, 10 July 1891. 



Carol Arthur Fellowes, 
born 23 November 
1896. 



Reginald Ailwyn Fellowes, born 20 January 1SS4; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge; Captain 4th Volunteer Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment 22 April 1905. 



119 



Edith Gertrude, born at 34 Grosvenor 
Square, London, 15 January, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London, 14 
February 1862; marr. there (by the Rt. 
Rev. James LesHe Randall, Bishop of 
Reading, assisted by the Rev. Arthur 
Linzee Chatterton Heigham, Rector of 
Englefield, co. Berks, and the Rev. Edward 
Hoare Hardcastle, Vicar of Weston, Bath, 
CO. Somerset) on Thursday, 27 September 
1894, to Alfred Ernest Hoare of Milton 
House, Cambridge (son of Francis Hoare 
of Cromer, co. Norfolk, by Eugenia his 
wife, dau. of the Ven''''^ Robert Edwards 
Hankinson, Archdeacon of Norwich and 
Rector of North Creake, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Tranby Park, East Riding, co. 
York, 29 March 1861, bapt. at Hessle, 
East Riding, co. York ; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1879, B.A. 
1883. =r 

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Julia, born at 17 (now 18) Grosvenor Square, 
London, 19 November 1S64, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, North Audley Street, London ; marr. 
at Englefield (by the Very Rev. the Honi^'^ 
George Herbert, Dean of Hereford, assisted by 
the Rev. Joseph Watson Ayre and the Rev. 
Arthur Linzee Chatterton Heigham) on 
Thursday, 9 February 1888, to Anthony Henry 
Wingfield of Ampthill House, co. Bedford, elder 
son of George John Wingfield (grandson of 
Richard, 4th Viscount Powerscourt, see "Visita- 
tion of Ireland" Vol. /, page 57), by Sophia his 
wife, dau. of Philip Duncombe Pauncefote- 
Duncombe of Great Brickhill Manor, co. 
Buckingham; born 7 September 1857; educated 
at Harrow and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1876; J. P. for co. 
Bedford, High Sheriff 1893. She died suddenly 
at Stanstead Hall, co. Essex, on Sunday, 
17 September, and was bur. at Englefield 22 
September 1905. =f 

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Gladys Cecil Georgina, born 4 January 1885 ; marr. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London (by the Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley Winnington- 
Ingram, Bishop of London, assisted by the Rev. Canon Edgar 
Sheppard, D.D., Sub-Dean of the Chapels Royal, and the Rev. Canon 
James Fleming, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 11 June 1907, to Heneage 
Greville, Lord Guernsey (eldest son of Charles Wightwick, 8th Earl 
of Aylesford) ; born 2 June 1883; educated at Eton; entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) ist Battalion Irish Guards 
4 June 1902, Lieutenant i Septeinber 1904; A.D.C. to Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief, Gibraltar ((General Sir Frederick William Edward 
Forestier Forestier-Walker, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.), i September 1905; 
served in the South African War 1901, at St. Helena (Queen's medal). 



Hermione Frances 
Caroline, born 31 
July 1886. 



Sybil Inna Mildred, 
born 24 October 
1888. 




iSenj)on» 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Vairee or and 
sable on a chief wavy of the last an 
Eastern crown between two mullets gules, 
Benyon ; 2nd and 3rd, Azure a fesse 
dancette ermine between three lions' 
heads erased or murally crowned argent, 
Fellowes. 

Crest. — A griffin sejant or gorged with 
an Eastern crown gules holding in the 
beak a Guernsey lily proper. 

Motto. — Vincam vel moriar. 



James Fellowes of Kingston House, 
CO. Dor.set (youngest son of 
\V'illiam Henry Fellowes of Ramsey 
Abbey, co. Huntingdon, and of 
Haverland Hall, co. Norfolk, M.I'. 
fur CO. Huntingdon, by Emma his 
wife, 2nd dau. of Richard Benyon 
of Englefield House, co. Berks, and 
of Gidea Hall, co. Essex) ; born 
31 July 1813; entered the Royal 
Navy 3 August 1826, Lieutenant 
28 June 1838; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Dorset, High Sheriff 1S59; died 
at 6 Bryanston Square, London, 
aged 75, on Thursday, 4 July 1889, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated i r November 
1876, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 December 1883 
and I February 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 681, 89) 9 August 
1889, by James Herbert Fellowes, 
son, the sole Exor. 

{See Pedigree of De Hamsey, 
page iig.) 



=f=Gertrude Charlotte, 
5th dau. of Nathaniel 
Micklethwait of 

Taverham Hall, co. 
Norfcjlk ; born 19 
July 1826 ; niarr. at 
All Souls', Langham 
I'lace, London, 18 
July 1847 ; died at 
Kingston House, in 
her 80th year, on 
Wednesday, 25 April 
1906, bur. at Stins- 
ford, CO. Dorset. 
Will dated 15 June 
1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 75, 1906) 31 
May 1906, by James 
Herbert Benyon and 
Francis Henry Astley 
Manners Sutton, the 
Exors. 



James Herbert Benyon of Englefield House, co. Berks, and= 
of Kingston House, co. Dorset; born 3 October 1849; 
educated at Eton and at Magdalene College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1868, B.A. 1873, M.A. 
1876; a Student of the Inner Temple 13 April 1872, 
called to the Bar 30 April 1875; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Dorset, High Sheriff 1892, Lord-Lieutenant for co. 
Berks since 1901, and J. P. and County Alderman for 
the same county ; assumed the name and arms of BeOyon 
by Royal Licence dated 15 October 1897, in lieu of 
his patronymic, on the death of his uncle, Richard Benyon 
of Englefield House. 



=Edith Isabel, youngest dau. of 
Sir John Walrond of Bradfield, 
CO. Devon, Baronet, by the 
j^Qj^bie Frances Caroline his wife, 
youngest dau. of Samuel, 2nd 
Baron Bridport ; bom at Brad- 
field on Thursday, 30 April 1857; 
marr. at Uffculme, co. Devon (by 
the Rev. Canon Arthur Hillyard, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Bramley, the Vicar), on Thursday, 
29 July 1875. 



Gertrude, born at 5 Chesham Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 29 August 1876, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London ; marr. at Stratfield Mortimer, co. Berks, 
I January 1897, the Rev. F"rancis Edward Rooke (4th son of the Rev. Frederick John Rooke, 
Rector of Rampisham, co. Dorset); born at Rampisham 23 June 1862; educated at 
Marlborough and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 21 May 1880, B.A. 1S84; Vicar of 
Old Wolverton, co. Buckingham, 1895-1901, and of Mortimer West End, co. Hants, since 1901. 



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Emily Gertrude, born in Gloucester Place, Portman 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 19 February 185 1; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Thomas Lyon Fellowes, assisted by the Rev. 
Florence Thomas Wethered, Vicar of Hurley, co. 
Berks), on Thursday, 18 April 1872, Henry Cosmo 
Orme Bonsor of Kingswood Warren, co. Surrey (eldest 
son of Joseph Bonsor of Polesden, co. Surrey, by Eliza 
Denne his wife, dau. of Major Alexander Orme) ; born 
at Polesden on Saturday, 2 September 1848 ; educated 
at Eton; J. P., D.L. and County Alderman for co. 
Surrey ; M.P. for North-East Surrey (Wimbledon 
division) 1885-igoo, one of H.M. Lieutenants for the 
City of London ; Chairman of South Eastern Railway 
.since 1898; Treasurer of Guy's Hospital; Director of 
the Bank of England since 1885. She died at 40 
Belgrave Square, London, aged 32, on Tuesday, 
18 July, bur. at Tandridge, co. Surrey, 23 July 1882. 
He marr. 2ndly at St. Leonard's, Streatham, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 3 March 1886, Mabel Grace, younger 
dau. of James Brand of Sanderstead Court, Croydon, 
CO. Surrey. =^ 



Georgina Charlotte, born at 29 
Gloucester Place, Portman Square, 
London, on Sunday, 17 April 1859; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London (by the Rev. the Hon''''= 
James \\'ent worth Leigh, assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick Edward 
Tyrwhitt-Drake), on Thursday, 14 
January 1892, to Francis William 
Preston, 3rd son of Thomas 
Edward Preston, by Caroline his 
wife, 2nd dau. of William \Villoughby 
Prescott of Hendon, co. Middlesex, 
and of the City of London (and 
grandson of Sir Thomas Hulton 
Preston, ist Baronet) ; born at 
Blofield Lodge, co. Norfolk, on 
Saturday, 30 August 1851 ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1870, B.A. 1874, 
M.A. 1877; Barrister-at-Law of Lin- 
coln's L:n 1877 ; died at 16 Montagu 
Square, Marylebone, London, aged 
47, on Monday, 7 November 1898. 



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Edith Marion, born at 
45 Beaufort Gardens, 
Kensington, London, 
on Monday, 19 January 
1880, bapt.at the parish 
church, Brompton. 



I 
Henry Arthur Benyon, born at 3 1 Pont 
Street, Belgrave Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 9 December 1884; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge. 



Winifred, born at 35 Pont 
Street, Belgrave Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 28. 
March 1893. 



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Bcto. 



drills. — Argent on a bend colistd sable 

three mullets of the field. 
Crest. — A griffin passant. 



William Pell Rew of Finchley, co. Middlesex (.son and= 
heir of \Villiam Rew, by Ann Hesseltine his wife); bom 
in 1778 : died at Finchley, in his 83rd year, on Friday, 
7 June 1861, bur. in the churchyard at Holy Trinity, 
East Finchley. Will dated 8 June 1837, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 457, 61)11 July 1861, by Sarah Rew of Finchley, 
relict, and William Andrew Rew of the Inner Temple, 
London, son, the surviving Exors. 




=Sarah, 3rd dau. of Robert Crawford of 
Devonshire Square, London ; marr. by 
licence at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 
London, 15 October 1803 ; died at 
Finchley, in her 8ist year, on Friday, 
30 December 1864, bur. in the church- 
yard at Holy Trinity, East Finchley. 
Will dated 17 September 1861, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 52, 65) 31 January 1865, 
by William Andrew Rew of the Inner 
Temple, London, and George Crawford 
Rew of Finchley, sons, the Exors. 



William Andrew Rew, bom at Finchley 

3 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, Finchley, 

4 August 1 804 : educated at Merchant 
Taylors' School and at St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 June 1823, 
Scholar and Fellow 1823-70, B.C.L. 1828, 
D.C.L. 1833, Tutor 1828, Vice-President 
1858 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 1844; died at Finchley, aged 66, 
on \Vednesday, 23 November 1870, bur. 
in the churchyard at Holy Trinity, East 
Finchley. \\'ill dated 29 November 1S41, 
with two codicils dated respectively 6 June 
1861 and February 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 127, 71) 7 February 1871, by George 
Crawford Rew of 10 St. Helen's Place, 
London, brother, the surviving Exor. 



Mary Ann, born at Margaret Street, 
London, 7 January 1806; died in Devon- 
shire Square, London, aged 7, 18 January, 
bur. in the family vault of her grand- 
parents, William and Ann Rew, in the 
church at St. Mary's, Finchley, 25 January 
1813. 



Henry Newton Rew of= 
Anerley Park, co. Surrey, 
formerly of Messina, Sicily ; 
born at Finchley 17 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, 15 October 1807; 
died at his residence, 2 
Anerley Park, in his 79th 
year, on Tuesday, 16 
February 1886, bur. in the 
churchyard at Holy Trinity, 
East Finchley. W'M dated 
5 August 1874, with four 
codicils dated respectively 
5 August 1874, 17 May 
1876, 20 January 1883 and 
5 November 1883, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 264, 86) 13 
March 1886, by the Rev. 
Albert Hughes, Rector of 
Woodford, co. Essex, 
nephew, the survnving Exor. 



^Mary Ann, eldest 
dau. of Lieut. -Colonel 
John Field Oldham 
of the 8th Bat- 
talion Royal Veterans; 
bom at Messina, 
Sicily, in 1810; marr. 
at All Saints', South- 
ampton, CO. Hants 
(by the Rev. Charles 
Rew), on Wednesday, 
14 April 1847 ; died 
at 2 Anerley Park 
on Saturday, 10 June 
1882, bur. in the 
churchyard at Holy 
Trinity, East Finchley. 






Henry Oldham Rew, William 01dham=j=Lydia Mariquinhas, eldest dau. of Andrew Julian 

bom at Messina, Sicily, Rew, born at ^ Case, formerly of New York, U.S.A. ; marr. at 

2 July 1848; died at Messina, Sicily, on j the parish church, Woodford (by the Rev. Albert 

Messina on Saturday, Tuesday, 2 July Hughes, the Rector, assisted by the Rev. Adam 



22 September 1849, 1850. 
bur. there. 



Gray Maitland), on Wednesday, 16 February 1881. 



Augu.stine de Bernus Rew, born 
at Woodford on Tuesday, 28 
February, bapt. there 27 April 
1882. 



Albert Oldham Rew, born at 
Woodford on Thursday, 24 
Mav, bapt. there 23 August 
1883. 

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Hilda Muriel, born at 
Woodford on Monday, 
18 August, bapt. there 
4 October 1 884. 



George Crawford Rew,= 
born at Finchley, co. 
Middlesex, 25 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, 3 May 1809; 
died at East End, 
Finchley, aged 71, 18 
January 1881, bur. in 
"the churchyard at Holy 
Trinity, East Finchley. 
Will dated 24 Augu.st 
1877, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 140, Si) 9 Feb- 
ruary 188 1, by Elizabeth 
Rew of Finchley, relict, 
the sole Executri.x. 



=Elizabeth Lansdell, 
marr. at the parish 
church, Hove, co. 
Sussex (by the 
Rev. Charles Rew), 
on Wednesday, 23 
November 1853 ; 
died, aged 76, on 
Sunday, 16 Decem- 
ber 1894, bur. in 
the churchyard at 
Holy Trinity, East 
Finchley. 



Sarah Eli/a, born at Finchley 22 January, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Finchley, 27 February 181 1 ; died, 
aged 6g, at East End, Finchley, on Wednesday, 
25 February 1880, bur. in the churchyard at 
Holy Trinity, East Finchley. 



Emma, born at Finchk-y 29 September, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Finchley, 31 October 181 2; marr. 
at Finchley (by the Rev. Ralph Worsley) on 
Wednesday, 23 May 1832, to Walter Hughes of 
Ixithbury, London (youngest son of Richard 
Hughes of Lincoln's Inn, London) ; died at 
Southwood House, Highgate, co. Middlesex, in 
his 69th year, on Tuesday, 13 February 1872, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery. Will dated 20 December 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 176, 72) 13 March 
1872, by Emma Hughes, relict, and Reginald 
Hughes, Barrister-at-Law, son, the Exors. She 
died at Southwood House, Highgate, on Thurs- 
day, 23 August 1894, and was bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. Will dated i May 1893, with codicil 
dated 11 July 1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 48, 95) 
2 January 1895, by Emma Hughes, spinster, the 
sole Executrix. =f= 

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George Henry Rew of Hill= 
House, Appleshaw, co. Hants ; 
born at Messina, Sicily, on 
Wednesday, i8 August 1852; 
served with a burgher force 
in Cape Colony as Lieutenant 
against the Kaffirs 1877-78. 



=Eva, eldest dau. of Champion Russell of Stubbers, Romford, 
CO. Essex, J. P., D.L., by Emily Augusta his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Charles John Way, Vicar of Koreham, co. P^ssex ; born 
10 September 1856; marr. at North Ockendon, co. Essex 
(by the Rev. Robert Townsend Crawley, the Rector, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Rew), on Monday, 14 April 1879. 



Champion Crawford Rew, born 
at Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 
on Friday, 13 August 1880, 
bapt. there. 

George Russell Rew, born at 
Grahamstown 28 May 1882, 
bapt. there. 



Gladys (twin with 
Phyllis Helen), born 
at Norwood 30 j uly, 
bapt. at North 
Ockendon 9 Sep- 
tember 1885. 



Phyllis Helen (twin 
with Gladys), born 
at Norwood 30 j uly, 
bapt. at North 
Ockendon 9 Sep- 
tember 1885. 



Reginald Pell Rew, 

born at North 
Ockenden on Tues- 
day, 15 September, 
bapt. there 26 
November 1896. 



I 
Vere Nelthorpe, born 

at Woodford, co. Essex, 
on Friday, 26 Novem- 
ber 1886, bapt. there 
3 February 1887. 



Noel Charles Radford Rew, 
born at Woodford on Wed- 
nesday, 19 December 1888, 
bapt. there 9 March 1889. 



Theodora Glen, born 
at Woodford on 
Saturday, 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1889, bapt. there 
22 March 1890. 



Emily Lorraine, 
born at Wood- 
ford 1 2 January, 
bapt. there 2 
April 1892. 



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Rev. Charles Rew, born at Finchley,= 
CO. Middlesex, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, ii May 1814; educated at 
Merchant Taylors' School and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 June 1830, Scholar and 
Fellow 1830-60, B.A. 1834, M.A. 
1838, B.D. 1843, Bursar 1846, Vice- 
President 1848 ; Vicar of St. Giles', 
Oxford, 1846-53, and of Cranham, 
CO. Essex, 1859 until his death ; 
died at the Rectory, Cranham, aged 
69, on Tuesday, i January, bur. in 
the churchyard at Holy Trinity, 
East Finchley, 5 January 1884. Will 
dated 11 February 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 151, 84) 23 February 
1884, by Walter Hughes of 59 New 
Broad -Street, London, nephew, the 
surviving Exor. 



=Emma, of Duke's, 
Layer Marney, co. 
Essex, eldest dau. of 
William Falkenburg 
of Messina, Sicily, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, youngest dau. 
of Lieut.-Colonel 
John Field Old- 
ham {see page 
J2j) ; born 14 Au- 
gust 1836; marr. at 
H.M. British Con- 
sulate, Messina (by 
the Rev. Charles 
\Vright, Chaplain 
to the British Resi- 
dents at Palermo), 
on Monday, 10 
December i860. 



Mary Ann, born at Finchley, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Finchley, 6 April 
1 8 16; died at the Old House, 
Finchley, in her 83rd year, on 
Saturday, 14 May 1898, bur. in 
the churchyard at Holy Trinity, 
East Finchley. Will dated 28 
November 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 857, 98) 30 July 1898, by 
the Rev. Albert Hughes, Reginald 
Hughes, Barrister-at-I^w, and 
George Henry Rew, nephews, the 
Exors. 

Robert Pell Rew, born at Finchley 
in December 18 16, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Finchley, 3 1 January 1 8 1 7 ; 
died on his passage to Barbadoes, 
West Indies, aged 22, 26 February 
1840, bur. at sea. 



Amy Charlotte Helena of Ixworth, co. 
Suffolk ; born at the Rectory, Cranham, 
CO. Essex, on Thursday, 28 November 
1861, bapt. at Cranham 26 January 1862; 
marr. there (by the Rev. Robert Town- 
send Crawley, Rector of North Ockendon, 
CO. Essex) on Tuesday, 18 March 1884, to 
Champion Edward Branfill of Upminster 
Hall, CO. Essex (eldest son of Colonel 
Benjamin Aylett Branfill of Upminster 
Hall, by Mary Anne his wife, dau. of 
Capel Miers of Peterstone Court, co. 
Brecon) ; born at Peterstone Court on 
Saturday, 29 May 1858; died at Martyns, 
Upminster, in his 33rd year, on Wednes- 
day, 6 August, bur. at Upminster on 
Saturday, 9 August 1890. Will dated 
6 August 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
6, 91) 9 January 1891, by Amy Charlotte 
Helena Branfill of the Old House, 
Finchley, relict, the sole Executrix. 



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Edith Oldham, Ethel Vincent, born at the Rectory, 
born at the Cranham, on Monday, 30 May, 
Rectory, Cran- bapt. at Cranham 28 August 
ham, on Friday, 1864; marr. at St. Michael's, 
26 June, bapt. Chester Square, London (by the 
at Cranham 2 Rev. Robert Townsend Crawley, 
August 1863. Rector of North Ockendon), on 
Wednesday, 12 October 1S98, to 
Rowland Litchford (son of Edward 
Litchford) ; bom 6 May 1870; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 2nd Battalion West India 
Regiment 23 May 1891, Lieutenant 
23 April 1893, Captain 22 January 
1898; served in South African 
War 1900-1901, Garrison Adjutant 
St. Helena 16 May 1900 to 
3 September 1900 (Queen's 
medal) ; served with expedition 
up the Gambia, West Africa, 1901 
(medal with clasp). 



1^5 



Frederick Bertrand Rew, born at Finchlfy,= 
CO. Middlesex, 17 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, 19 July 1823; died s.]). at 6 Upper 
Woburn Place, London, aged 46, on Satur- 
day, 6 November 1869, bur. in the church- 
yard at Holy Trinity, East Finchley. Will 
dated 15 October 1859, with codicil dated 
31 October i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 
132, 70) 16 February 1870, by Georgina 
Eleanor Rew of 6 Upper Woburn Place, 
London, relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Georgina Eleanor, only 
child of Thomas Forder 
Hawkes of Devonport, 
CO. Devon, by Eleanor 
Odell his wife, dau. of 
George Parkin ; born in 
August 1827, bapt. at the 
parish church, Chatham, 
CO. Kent ; marr. at the 
parish church, Mary- 
lebone, London (by the 
Rev. Charles Rew), on 
Thursday, 29 September 
1S59. 



Louisa, died at The 
Old House, Finchley, 
aged 71, on Sunday, 
19 February 1893, bur. 
in the churchyard at 
East Finchley. Will 
dated 16 March 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
775. 93) 19 August 
1893, by Mary Ann 
Rew and Augusta Rew, 
spinsters, sisters, the 
Executrixes. 



Charles Edward Daliel Oldham Rew, born at the Rectory,= 
Cranham, co. Essex, on Monday, 15 October, bapt. at Cranham 
2 December 1866; educated at Marlborough College and at the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 2nd Battalion West India Regiment 29 November 
1890, Lieutenant 4 January 1893, Captain 20 January 1898, 
Major 10 August igo6, A.D.C. to Major-General Sir Harcourt 
Bengough, K.C.B., 1894-95 ; served in expedition up the Gambia, 
West Africa, 1891-92 (medal with clasp); Gold Coast, West Africa, 
1898 (clasp); operations in Ashanti (medal); specially employed 
on Gold Coast 23 June 1900 to 10 August 1901 ; with West 
African Frontier Force 11 August 1901 to December 1906; 
Provincial Commissioner of Ashanti February 1907. 



=Mary, only dau. of Charles 
Edward Benn of Bombay, 
India, by Lilias his wife, 
dau. of Surgeon-Major 
Elijah George Halhed 
Impey, Bombay Horse 
Artillery ; born at Poona, 
Bombay Presidency, 15 
September 1868, bapt. at 
Poona; marr. at St. Saviour's, 
Paddington, London, 26 
August 1 89 1. 



Gladys Mary FitzMaurice Crawford, 
born 28 April, bapt. at Kmgston, 
Jamaica, 25 May 1893. 



Alexander Robert Crawford Rew, born at the Rectory, 
Cranham, on Tuesday, 14 February, bapt. at Cranham 
19 March 187 1; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
ist Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment 29 November 
1890, Lieutenant 28 October 1893 ; served in Expedition to 
Dongola 1896 (medal with clasp, Egyptian medal); died at 
Cairo, Egypt, aged 26, on Thursday, 6 May 1897, bur. there. 
Adinon was granted at the Principal Registry 1 7 April 1 899, 
to Emma Rew, widow. 



Russell Allen Pell Rew, born 
at the Rectory, Cranham, on 
Tuesday, 16 September, bapt. 
at Cranham 12 October 1873; 
died at Heidelberg, Germany, 
in 1889, bur. there. 



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Arms on record in the College of 
Arms. — Quarterly: Argent and gules 
the first and second quarters each 
charged with a Catherine wheel 
counter-changed. 

Crest. — A Catherine wheel gules 
between two ox horns party per fess 
argent and gules and gules and 
argent. 

Motto. — Le Dicu le fort Tcternel 
parleray. 



^tott. 



Johanii Daniel Schott of Frankfurt-= 
aiii-Main, Germany (son of Johann 
Daniel Schott, Captain in the 
White Hussars of the Empress 
Catherine II. of Russia, by his 
wife, Anne Catherina Neubauer of 
Frankfurt-am-Main) ; born 22 July 
1787; died 29 May 1874, bur. at 
Frankfurt-am-Main. 



=Margarethe Christiana, 
(lau. of Johann (leorg 
Nopp of Frankfurt-am- 
Main ; bom 8 Octoljer 
1784; marr. at Frank- 
furt-am-Main 2 1 March 
181 3; died 13 No- 
vember 1835, bur. at 
Frankfurt-am-Main. 



John George Schott= 
of Prestwich, co. 
Lancaster ; born 
23 April 181 5; 
naturalised as a 
British subject 

about 1840; died 
4 March 1858, 
bur. at Toronto, 
Canada. 



=Sarah Ann, dau. of 
James Kinder of 
Staley Wood, co. 
Chester ; born 1 7 
December 1815 ; 
marr. at Manches- 
ter 3 August 1 840 : 
died at Green 
Bank, Ashton-on- 
Mersey, co. Ches- 
ter, in her 8ist 
year, 6 April 1895, 
bur. at Monton, 
CO. Lancaster. 



Alexander Schott, 
born 14 August 
1821 ; died un- 
married 1 7 July 
1864, bur. at 
Frankfurt-am-Main. 



I 
Samuel Schott James William Scott of The Yews,=pAnne Jane, dau. Margaretha Chns- 

of John Haslam tiana, born 1 1 
of Gilnow Hall, August 1 848, bapt. 
Bolton-le-Moors, at Manchester. 
J. P. ; born 13 
January 1849 ; 
marr. at Bolton- 
le-Moors 1 6 April 
1874. 



of Manchester ; Windermere, co. Westmoreland, and 

born 15 Sep- of Beech House, Bolton-le-Moors, co. 

tember 1842 ; Lancaster; born 23 June 1844, bapt. 

died unmarried at Manchester; J. P. for co. Lancaster. 
13 March 1868, 
bur. at Monton. 




Samuel Haslam Scott, bom=Carmen Estelle, dau. of Edmund Heuer of Dunham Knoll, 
7 August 1875, bapt. at Sale, Altrincham, co. Chester, by Annie Sarah his wife, dau. of 
CO. Chester; of Oriel College, Frederick William Jardine ; born 22 August 1879, bapt. at 
O.xford, matriculated October Ashton-on-Mersey, co. Chester; marr. at St. James', Sussex 
1895, B.A. 1899, M.A. 1902. Gardens, Hyde Park, London, 4 April 1905. 



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George Frederick Scott= 
of Penmaenucha, Dolgelly, 
CO. Merioneth ; born 23 
January 1852, bapt. at 
Manchester; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Merioneth, 
High Sheriff 1908; Hon. 
Lieut.-Colonel 3rd Bat- 
talion Cheshire Regiment 
(Mih'tia). 



=Beatrice Mary, only dau. 
of John Leigh Taylor of 
Penmaenucha and Arthog 
Hall, CO. Merioneth, J. P. 
and D.L. for that county. 
High Sheriff 1895 ; marr. 
at Bolton-le-Moors, co. 
Lancaster, 9 April 1885. 



Edward Daniel Scott of Bent Cottage, 
Disley, co. Chester ; born 7 February 
1853, bapt. at Manchester; died 
unmarried at Rietfontein, Transvaal, 
South Africa, 26 July 1902. Will 
dated 9 March 1894, with codicil 
dated 26 October 1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 784, 1903) 27 June 1903, by 
James William Scott, brother, one of 
the Exors. 



Sybil Mary Gella. 



Jane Millicent, born 6 July 1878, bapt. at BoIton-le-Moors ; marr. at 
Winster, co. Westmoreland (by the Rev. Lancelot Ridley Phelps, 
assisted by the Rev. Richard Hindle, the Vicar), on Thursday, 
4 August 1904, to Edward Gwynne Eardley-Wilmot of Corner House, 
Gerrard's Cross, co. Buckingham (elder son of Robert Eardley- 
Wilmot of Hamilton House, Leamington, co. Warwick, M.B., 
M.R.C.S., J. P., by Frances Gwynne his wife, dau. of Charles William 
Whitby of Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon, M.B., M.R.C.S.); born at 
Petworth, co. Sussex, on Thursday, i February 1877 ; educated at 
Tonbridge School and at Oriel College, O.xford, B.A. 1899, M.A. 
1908; a Student of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar January 1908, 
formerly a Master at Harrow School. 



Francis Clayton Scott, 
born 6 August 1881, 
bapt. at Bolton-le- 
Moors ; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, 

matriculated October 
1900, B.A. 1903. 



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Beacon* 



Arms. — Argent a chevron counter compony gules and 
argent between three rose branch sprigs of 
the second leavud vert. 

Crest. — A demi-eagle displayed argent winged sable. 



John Deacon of Mabledon, co.= 
Kent, and of Birchin Lane, 
London, Banker (only child 
of John Deacon of Amsterdam, 
Holland, by Bassano SchoUng 
his wife); born ig May 1772; 
educated at St. Omer ; died at 
Mabledon, aged 79, on Sunday, 
24 August, bur. at Southborough, 
CO. Kent, i September 1851. Will 
dated 7 July 1851, proved (P.C.C. 
778, 51) 10 October 1851, by 
Sophia Deacon, relict, John 
Deacon, son, George Campion 
Courthope, son-in-law, the Hon*"'" 
John Thornton Leslie Melville 
and John Labouchere, the Exors. 



iSophia, eldest dau. of the Rev. William 
Collett, Rector of Swanton Morley, co. 
Norfolk, by Anna his wife, 2nd dau. 
of John Carthew of VV'oodbridge, co. 
Suffolk; born 17 February 1788; 
marr. as his 2nd wife, on Saturday, 
12 October 1816; died at Mabledon, 
aged 81, on P'riday, 16 July, bur. at 
Southborough 23 July 1869. Will 
dated 19 August 1864, with two codicils 
dated respectively 8 February 1866 and 
4 October 1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 
529, 69) 19 August 1869, by John 
Deacon and William Samuel Deacon, 
both of 20 Birchin Lane, London, 
sons, and George Campion Courthope 
of Whiligh, CO. Sussex, three of the 
Exors. 



Anna, born at 8 Bishopsgate, London, 
28 July 1817; marr. at the parish 
church, Tonbridge (by the Rev. John 
Tucker, Fellow of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford), on Friday, 15 January 
1841, to George Campion Courthope of 
'Whiligh, Ticehurst, co. Sussex (elder 
son of George Courthope of Bedford 
Square, London, and of Whiligh) ; born 
22 February 181 1; educated at Eton 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 19 November 1829, B.A. 1833; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Sussex, High 
Sheriff 1850, J.P. for co. Kent; died 
at Whiligh, aged 84, on Saturday, 
7 September, bur. at Ticehurst 12 Sep- 
tember 1895. Will dated 16 September 
1857, with codicil dated 2 February 
1893, proved at Lewes 13 December 
1895, by Anna Courthope, relict, George 
John Courthope and William Francis 
Courthope, sons, the Exors. She died 
at Whiligh, aged 80, on Sunday, 12 
December 1897, and was bur. at 
Ticehurst. Will dated 10 October 
1895, proved at Lewes 18 March 1S98, 
by George John Courthope and William 
Francis Courthope, sons, the Exors. 

I 



Mary, born 13 Oc- 
tober 1818 ; died at 
39 Eaton Square, 
London, on Friday, 
30 August, bur. at 
Southborough 4 Sep- 
tember 1895. Will 
dated 26 July 1887, 
with codicil dated 
9 August 189s, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1330, 95) 
5 December 1895, 
by John Deacon 
and William Samuel 
Deacon, brothers, the 
surviving Exors. 



Sara, born 12 July 1820; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Tonbridge (by the Rev. Sir 
Charles Hardinge, Baronet), 
on Thursday, 6 January 1848, 
the Rev. George Whitmore 
(2nd son of Thomas Whit- 
more of Apley Park, co. 
Salop, by Catherine his wife, 
only dau. and heir of 
Thomas Thomason of York) ; 
born 13 August 181 2; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 26 November 1S30, 
B.A. 1835, M.A. 1837 ; 
Rector of Kemberton with 
Sutton Maddock 1840-56, 
and of Stockton 1857, both 
CO. Salop ; died, aged 76, at 
midnight on Sunday, 4 No- 
vember 1 888, bur. at Stockton. 
She died at Farnham Royal, 
CO. Buckingham, aged 80, on 
Thursday, 20 September, and 
was bur. at Stockton 25 
September 1900. 

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Sophia, born Frances Elizabeth, born 
13 December 12 August 1823; marr. at 
182 1. the parish church, Ton- 

bridge, CO. Kent (by the 
Rev. George Whitmore, 
Rector of Kemberton, co. Salop), on 
Friday, 21 January 1853, Arthur Charles 
Ramsden of Stone Ness, Ashurst, co. Kent 
(3rd son of the Rev. William Ramsden of 
Ashurst, CO. Kent, and of Linwood, co. 
Lincoln, by Elizabeth Jane his wife, dau. 
of Richard Bell); born i April 1S25; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
6 June 1844; J. P. for co. Kent; Hon. 
Colonel 2nd Volunteer Battalion (The Buffs) 
East Kent Regiment ; died at Stone Ness, 
Ashurst, in his 67th year, on Friday, 11 
December, bur. at Ashurst 16 December 

1891. Will dated 30 August 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 63, 92) 22 January 1892, by 
Frances Elizabeth Ramsden, relict, the 
sole Executrix. She died at Stone Ness, 
Ashurst, in her 70th year, on Monday, 
24 October, and was bur. at Ashurst 27 
October 1892. Will dated 3 October 

1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 1123, 92) 21 
November 1892, by Arthur John Ramsden, 
son, the sole Exor. =j= 

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John Deacon of 20 Birchin= 
Lane, London, and of 
Mabledon, co. Kent, 
Banker; born 2 September 
1825 ; educated at Eton 
and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 5 De- 
cember 1844, B.A. 1848, 
M.A. 1851 ; died at 
Mabledon, aged 75, on 
Wednesday, 13 March, 
bur. at Southborough, co. 
Kent, 16 March 1901. 
Will dated 6 January 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
708, 1901) 6 June 1901, 
by John Francis William 
Deacon and William 
Samuel Deacon, two of 
the Exors. 



Lucy Sophia Jane, John Francis William Deacon of Mabledon, co. 

born in November Kent, and of Grantham House, Putney Heath, 

1857, bapt. at CO. Surrey, Banker; born at Tunbridge Wells on 

the parish church, Tuesday, 6 September, bapt. at the parish church, 

Southborough, 12 Southborough, 12 October 1859; educated at 

January 1858. Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 

matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1879, B.A. 1883, 

M.A. 1886; J.P. and D.L. for co. Kent, High 

Sheriff 1904. 



=Lucy Katherine, 2nd 
dau. of Francis Pym 
of The Hasells, co. 
Bedford, and Radwell 
House, CO. Hertford, 
by Lady Jane Eliza- 
beth his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Alexander, 
7 th Earl of Leven 
and Melville ; born 
13 August 1824; 
marr. at Sandy, co. 
Bedford (by the Rev. 
the Hon''i'= Samuel' 
Waldegrave), on Tues- 
day, 2 October 1855 
(marriage settlements 
dated I October: 855); 
died at Mabledon on 
Wednesday, 14 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at South- 
borough 19 February 
1900. 



Bessie May, died 12 
May 1 86 1. M.L at 
Southborough. 



Anna Beatrice, born 
at Brighton. 



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Ellen Bassano, William Samuel Deacon of 20 Birchin= 
born 12 Jan- Lane, London, and of Poynters, Cobham, 
uary 1827. co. Surrey, Banker; born 5 May 1828; 

educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1847, B.A. 1851, M.A. 185s; died s.p. at 
Poynters, Cobham, in his 75th year, on 
Wednesday, 4 March, bur. in the church- 
yard at Hatchford, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
7 March 1903. Will dated 21 July 1902, 
with codicil dated 10 February 1903, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 449, 1903) 8 April 
1903, by John Francis William Deacon, 
William Francis Courthope and Alexander 
Courthope, nephews, and William Godden, 
the Exors. 



=Mary Sophia, eldest dau. of 
Raikes Currie of Bush Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, and of Minley 
Manor, co. Hants, M.P., J. P. 
and D.L., by the Hon"" Laura 
Sophia his wife, eldest dau. of 
John, 2nd Baron Wodehouse ; 
born 14 February 1833; marr. 
at St. John's, Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. Maynard 
Wodehouse Currie), on Thurs- 
day, 8 April 1858. 



Harriet, born at Broomfield, Clapham, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, i July, bapt. at Battersea, co. 
Surrey, 19 August 1829; marr. at Southborough, 
CO. Kent (by the Rev. George Whitmore, Rector 
of Stockton, CO. Salop, assisted by the Rev. 
Stephen Hurt Langston, the Incumbent), on 
Tuesday, 9 February 1858, to the Rev. Thomas 
^\'illiam Carr of Eshott Heugh, co. Northumber- 
land, and of Long Rede, Barming, co. Kent (elder 
son of the Rev. Thomas \\'illiam Carr, by Susan 
his I St wife, eldest dau. of the Rev. Richard 
Woodward, D.D., Rector of Glanworth, co. Cork); 
born at 4 Harley Place, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
15 June, bapt. at St. Michael's, Bristol, 14 July 
1830 ; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
25 April 1849, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1857 ; Rector of 
Beaudesert, co. Warwick, 1858, of Loddington, 
CO. Northampton, 1858-65, and of Barming since 
1865, Chaplain at Bordighera, Italy, 1886-88, 
Rural Dean of North Mailing 1891-1901. She 
died at the Rectory, Barming, on Thursday, 21 
February, and was bur. at Barming 25 February 
1889. He marr. 2ndly at Christ Church, Lan- 
caster Gate, London, on Thursday, 2 July 1891, 
Emily Mary Charlotte, widow of Richard Whitfield 
Hewlett, M.D., dau. of Lieut. -Colonel Richard 
Montague Oakes of Elmsfield, Harrow, co. 
Middlesex. =p 

(Sec Pedigree of Carr, Vol. 7, 
/'W 124.) 



Lucy Sophie, born at Clapham Common, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 30 June 1830; 
died, aged 21, 14 June, bur. at South- 
borough 19 June 1852. 

Catherine Charlotte, born 25 January 
1832 ; marr. at Southborough (by the 
Rev. George ^^'hitmore, Rector of Stock- 
ton, CO. Salop, assisted by the Rev. 
Egerton Hammond. Rector of Sundridge, 
CO. Kent) on Thursday, 3 January 1861, 
to the Rev. Henry Anthony Hammond 
(youngest son of William Osmund 
Hammond of St. Albans Court, co. 
Kent, J. P., D.L., by Mary Graham 
his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Henry 
Oxenden of Broome Park, co. Kent, 
Baronet); born 12 June 1829; educated 
at Eton and at Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 November 1847, B.A. 
1852, M.A. 1S54, Perpetual Curate of 
Holy Trinity, Dover, co. Kent, 1863-67. 
She died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 

14 November, and was bur. there 18 
November 1899. Will with codicil dated 

15 September 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 
435, 1900) 24 ^Larch 1900, by the Rev. 
Henry Anthony Hammond, husband, 
John Maximilian Hammond, son, and 
John Francis William Deacon, nephew, 
the Exors. =p 

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^ason, formcrlj) of iWlelton i^otobra]), 

CO* Leicester. 



George Mason of Ipswich, co. Suffolk (4th son of William Mason= 
of Melton Mowbray, co. Leicester, by Susanna his wife, dau. of 
Robert Seaman of Mendlesham, co. Suffolk) ; born at Wickhani 
Market, co. Suffolk, "December 12th 1782, at half-past five 
o'clock in the morning, being Thursday," bapt. there 10 March 
1783; died, aged 82, 2 January 1865, bur. in Ipswich Cemetery. 
M.I. Will dated 19 December 1864, proved at Ipswich 20 
February 1865, by George Mason of Ipswich, Frederick Mason 
of Ipswich and Charles Edward Mason of Diss, co. Norfolk, sons, 
the Exors. 



'Elizabeth, only child of 
Richard Forty of Stowe, 
CO. Gloucester ; born in 
London 26 January 17S9 ; 
marr. 18 April 1809; died 
at Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 
16 October 1884, bur. in 
Ipswich Cemetery. M.I. 



William Mason, born at Ipswich in 1810; marr. Sarah Nicholls. He died at Dunedin, 
New Zealand, 22 June 1897, and was bur. there, having had issue a son, William Mason, 
who was born at Dunedin and died there unmarried. 



George Calver Mason of Broadwater, Ipswich; born 17 August= 
1842, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 15 January 1843; died at 
Broadwater, Ipswich, aged 63, on Wednesday, 30 August, bur. at 
Belstead, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 2 September 1905 (burial 
service at St. Mary Stoke, Ipswich). Will dated 8 November 
1904, proved in the Principal Registry 25 September 1905, by 
Laetitia Maria Mason, relict, George Godson Mason, Ernest Calver 
Mason, and Harold Percy Mason, sons, the Exors. 




'Lsetitia Maria, dau. of 
Charles Williams, by 
Catherine Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Stephen Godson 
of Hook Norton, co. 
Oxford ; born 16 April 
1844 ; marr. at St. John's, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Woods Weston, 
assisted by the Rev. 
James Darnell), on 
Tuesday, 21 May 1867. 



Catherine Mary Grace, born at 
Ipswich 24 April, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Ipswich, 21 May i868; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich (by 
the Rev. James Outram, the 
Vicar, assisted by the Rev. 
Samuel William Stagg, Vicar of 
Kirby-le-Soken, co. Essex), on 
Wednesday, 15 April 1896, to 
Edward Ward Snell of Needham, 
CO. Suffolk, eldest son of Edward 
Snell of Nettlestead Hall, 
Ipswich. =^ 

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George Godson= 
Mason of Ipswich ; 
born at Ipswich 
1 8 May, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Ipswich, 
21 June 1869. 



=Marion Edith, 4th and youngest dau. 
of John South of Alton Hall, Stutton, 
CO. Suffolk, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Edward Cooper of Great Oakley, co. 
Essex; born at Ramsey, co. Essex, 18 
December 1867, bapt. there 23 February 
1870; marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich (by 
the Rev. William Berry, the Vicar), on 
St. Valentine's Day, Thursday, 14 Feb- 
ruary 1895, marriage settlements dated 
13 February 1895, Trustees : John 
Arthur South and Harold Percy Mason. 

(See Pedigree of South, Vol. 11, 
page 20.) 



Marion Joyce, bom at Melrose, Tuddenham 
Road, Ipswich, at 10.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 
28 October, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
17 December 1896. 



Monica, born at Melrose, Tuddenham Road, 
Ipswich, at 11.22 a.m. on Tuesday, 8 No- 
vember, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 
9 December 1898. 



132 



Eliza, dau. of \V'illiam= 
Calver of Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of John 
Laws of Akenham, 
CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Ipswich 15 December 
1814; marr. by licence 
at the parish church, 
Stepney, co. Middle- 
sex, 1 9 December 1839; 
died at Stoke Hill, 
Ipswich, aged 61, 29 
May 1876, bur. at 
Belstead, co. Suffolk. 
The two North lights 
in the chancel of St. 
Peter's, Ipswich, were 
erected to her memory. 
I St wife. 



=George Mason, born at Ipswich 24 June= 
1812 ; educated at Ipswich; Mayor of 
Ipswich 1875-76, J.P. for co. Suffolk; 
died at Ipswich, aged 81, on Wednesday, 
1 1 October, bur. in the churchyard at 
Belstead on Monday, 15 October 1893. 
M.I. Memorial Window at St. Peter's, 
Ipswich, inscribed : " This window is 
erected in memory of George Mason who 
worshipped in this church for upwards of 
50 years. Born 24 June 1812. Died 
October nth 1893. Interred at Belstead." 
Will dated 31 March 1S92, proved at 
Ipswich 10 October 1893, by George 
Calver Mason, Frank William Mason, 
and Herbert Wilberforce Mason, sons, 
the Exors. 




=EIlen Forster, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas 
White, Rector of Ross- 
droit, CO. Wexford ; marr. 
in Dublin 17 July 1878; 
died at 28 Hornsby 
Crescent, Kensington, 
London, on Friday, 4 
June 1897, bur. at Bel- 
stead. Will dated 1 1 
January 1879, with codicil 
dated 30 October 1880, 
proved in Dublin 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1897, by Isabella 
Frances Lapidge Richard- 
son, wife of Thomas 
Henry Richardson of 
Maude Villa, Warren- 
point, CO. Down, sister, 
one of the Exors. 2nd 
wife. 



Catherine Eliza, Sarah Anne, of Weybread, co. Suffolk; born at St. Grace Eliza,bom 
died in infancy, Matthew's Vicarage, Ipswich, 29 October 1844, bapt. at at Ipswich 10 
bur. at Ipswich. St. Peter's, Ipswich, 17 August 1845; marr. there 6 July January, bapt. at 
187 1, the Rev. Samuel W'illiam Stagg, Vicar of Kirby-le- St. Peter's, Ips- 
Soken, co. Essex (son of Robert Stagg); born 16 March wich, 18 April 
1829; died 9 March 1898, bur. at Kirby-le-Soken. Will 1847. 
dated i September 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 860, 98) 
18 July 1898, by Sarah Anne Stagg, relict, the sole 
Executrix. =p 

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Ernest Calver Mason=j=Isabel Maria Constance, youngest dau. of the Rev. Ythil Arthur 



of Ipswich ; born at 
Ipswich 18 July, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 
22 August 1870; 
educated at Ipswich 
School. 



Barrington, Vicar of St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, by Clarisse Marie 
Gabrielle his wife, only dau. of George Vanier of Compifegne, France ; 
born 6 June 1872, bapt. at Doncaster ; marr. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex (by her father, assisted by the Rev. Canon Chapman), 
on Wednesday, 28 January 1903. 



Barrington Calver Mason, born at Ipswich on 
Friday, 4 March, bapt. at St. Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, on Saturday, 2 April 1904. 



Angela Ruth, born at 22 Fonnereau Road, 
Ipswich, at 6.50 a.m. on Friday, 28 February, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 2 April 
1902. 



Nancy Godson, born at 22 Fonnereau Road, 
Ipswich, at 6.15 p.m. on Saturday, 3 September, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 14 October 
1904. 



133 



Frederick Mason of Ipswich ; born=j=Eliza Sanders, died, aged 74, 8 July Edward Richard 



in 1813; died at Ipswich, aged 68, 
I January 1881, bur. in Ipswich 
Cemetery. M.I. Will dated 6 Au- 
gust 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 
234, 81) 7 March 1881, by Robert 
Sanders of Colchester, co. Essex, 
gent., one of the Exors. ^^ 



1895, bur. in Ipswich Cemetery. 
M.I. Adfnon (with will dated Tues- 
day, 13 February 1893) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 993, 95) 13 August 
1895, to Walter Frederic Mason, 
son, and only next of kin. 



Mason, died in 
infancy. 



Frank William Mason of NorthclifiTe, Felixstowe, =f=Bertha, 4th dau. of \^'alton Turner of Ipswich, 



CO. Suffolk ; born at Ipswich 25 May, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Ipswich, i November 1848. 



TVouV^ Vi^ V. 



tw^V^ 



Alderman ; born at Ipswich, bapt. at St. Mary- 
at-Elms, Ipswich, 8 April 1855 ; marr. there 
(by the Rev. Joseph Hammond, Vicar of 
All Saints', Pontefract, co. York, assisted by 
the Rev. Gerald William Druce, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 20 April 1876. 



Elsie, born at The Priory, 
St. Nicholas, Ipswich, 10 
March, died there, aged 
5 months, 24 August, 
l)ur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich 27 August 1878. 



Hilda Frances, born 17 
June, bapt. at St. Mary- 
at-Elms, Ipswich, 27 
July 1879. 



Dorothy, born 2 August, bapt. at St. 
Mary-at-Elms, Ipswich, 5 September 1880; 
marr. at the parish church, Felixstowe, 
3 April 1907, Frank Varley of 97 Cadogan 
Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex (son of 
Harold Varley of Walton, co. Suffolk); 
born in 1876; educated at Cheltenham. 

Humphry Francis Mason, born 4 March, 
bapt. at St. Mary-at-Elms, Ipswich, 6 April 
1884. 



Eustace Charles Mason, 
born 19 April, bapt. 
at St. Mary-at-Elms, 
Ipswich, 25 June 1886. 



Elfrida, born 10 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at St. Mary- 
at-Elms, Ipswich, 27 
December 1891. 



Harold Percy Mason= 
of Little Birchetts, 
Speldhurst, co. Kent ; 
born at Ipswich 10 
March, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Ipswich, 1 5 
April 1872 ; educated 
at Ipswich and at 
Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 
1890, LL.B. 1893, 
LL.M. 1898. 



=Annie Emily (Nancye), only dau. of 
Frank William Stone of Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, by Annie Elizabeth his wife, 
elder dau. of Henry Wyche Andrews of 
Hartley, co. Hants, and of Blackheath, 
CO. Kent ; born at Tunbridge Wells, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Tunbridge Wells ; marr. 
at St. James', Tunbridge Wells (by her 
uncle, the Rev. William Stephen Andrews, 
Rector of Wicken, co. Northampton, 
assisted by the Rev. Avison Terry Scott, 
the Vicar, and the Rev. Walter Lighton 
Greene), on Wednesday, 5 September 
1900. 



Mabel Constance, born at 
Ipswich 18 August, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich, ig Sep- 
tember 1873.. 



Archibald Ralph Mason, 
born at ^\'est Tower, Ipswich, 
15 November 1875 ; died, 
aged 7, I March 1883, bur. 
at Belstead, co. Suffolk. 



Oswald Hugh Mason, born 
at Ipswich 16 June 1877. 



134 



Elizabeth Mary, born at Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 28 March 1817; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich, 26 May 1846, Joseph Makin of Monks Eleigh Hall, 
CO. Suffolk (son of Thomas and Elizabeth Makin of Monks Eleigh Hall) ; 
bom at Monks Eleigh Hall i May 1804; died at Monks Eleigh 21 No- 
vember 1872, bur. in the churchyard there. Will dated 27 November 1865, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 46, 73) 25 January 1873, by Elizabeth Mary Makin of 
Monks Eleigh, relict, and George Mason of Ipswich, the surviving Exors. 
She died 15 May 1893, and was bur. in the churchyard at Monks Eleigh. 
Will dated 14 September 1887, proved at Ipswich 13 June 1893, by 
Elizabeth Makin, spinster, daughter, one of the Exors. Power reserved 
to Leonard Frank Makin, son, the other Exor. 

I 



Maria Augusta, 
born 9 Decem- 
ber 1 81 8, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Ipswich, 9 Au- 
gust 1833. 



Augusta Emma, born at Ipswich 10 November 1849, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 15 September 
1850; died at Eadiston Villa, Ventnor, Isle of \Vight, aged 37, on Sunday, 17 July, bur. 
at Belstead, co. Suffolk, 22 July 18S7. Will dated 2 April 1S87, proved at Ipswich 24 August 
1887, by George Calver Mason of Lonsdale House, Ipswich, brother, the sole Exor. 



Malcolm Forty Mason= 
of Easington Lodge, 
Sproughton, co. Suf- 
folk ; born at Lonsdale 
House, Belstead Road, 
Ipswich, 1 1 May, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 
15 June 1879. 



=Winifred, eldest dau. of Hugh Turner 
of Bentley, co. Suffolk, by Catherine 
Harriet his wife, dau. of John Des- 
borough Walford-Gosnell ; born at 
Ipswich 18 February 1882, bapt. at 
Bentley ; marr. there (by the Rev. 
Richard Michael Jones, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry Woodrooffe 
Beauchamp, Rector of Copdock and 
Washbrook, co. Suffolk) on Wednesday, 
21 June 1905. 



Ivan Hugh Malcolm Mason, born at 
Sproughton on Tuesday, 5 June, bapt. 
at Bentley on Saturday, 7 July 1906. 



Theodore Septimus Mason, 
born at Ipswich 18 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Ipswich, 18 October 1881. 



Wilfrid Howard Mason, bom 
at Ipswich 3 April, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich, 11 May 
1884. _ 

Kenneth Ralph Mason, born 
at Ipswich 12 May, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich, 14 June 
1888. 



135 



Charles Edward Mason= 
of Diss, CO. Norfolk ; 
born lo July 1820, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 
9 August 1833 ; died 
s.p. at Diss, in his 
75 th year, on Friday, 
3 May, bur. at Diss 
8 May 1895. Will 
dated 16 November 
188 1, proved at Nor- 
wich 26 October 1895, 
by Eliza Jane Mason, 
relict, and Henry 
Ormiston Lyus, gent., 
the Exors. 



=Eliza Jane, dau. 
of John Laws of 
Framlingham, co. 
Suffolk, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. 
of John Cooper ; 
born at Great 
Glemham, co. Suf- 
folk, 2 1 September 
1816 ; marr. at 
Framlingham 18 
August 1 85 1. 



Louisa Harriett, born at Ipswich 2 March 1825 ; 
marr. at St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 27 September 
1856, George Sanders of Mundon, co. Essex, who 
died at Enfield, co. Middlesex, aged 6g, 21 March 
1890. She died 24 April, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Ipswich 28 April 1877. 



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Harriet Eleanor, born 31 December 1827, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 29 August 1833; marr. at 
St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 25 July 1861, Henry John 
Thorp of Granite Lodge, Woodbridge Road, 
Ipswich (son of John Thorp of Maldon, co. Essex, 
by Mary Emerson his wife); born at Maldon 21 
December 1827 ; a Student at Guy's Hospital, 
London; L.R.C.P. Edin. 1865, M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1854, L.S.A. 1855 ; Ex-Vice President Hunterian 
Society, Member British Medical Association. 



I 



Herbert Wilberforce Mason of The Manor House,=j=Agnes Fanny, dau. of Francis 
Sproughton, co. Suffolk; born at Ipswich 24 October Southam, M.D., by Frances his 
1855, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 29 June 1856. wife, dau. of William Southam of 

Peterborough, co. Northampton ; 

born at Wansford, co. North- 

//-< //y yf ^*t ^ ^■^ ,^ / ampton, 4 August 1854, bapt. 

/ l^\yiy/\^r'^T<y^''^ /l^*--'^i^ ^7\^ there ; marr. at Bonchurch, Isle 

// t^wr F u^ / z-*^ J fr^ of Wight, 9 September 1880. 



Mary Frances, born 4 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, Stewart Southam Mason, born 

28 July 1881 ; marr. at Cape Town, South Africa, 16 October 5 February, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
1907, Harold Packard of Denver, Johannesburg, South Ipswich, 21 April 1885. 
Africa, son of Edward Packard of Bramford, co. Suffolk. 

Laurence Mason, born 3 Oc- 
Agnes Dora, born 10 February, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, tober 1886, bapt. privately the 

29 March 1883. same day, baptism registered 

at St. Peter's, Ipswich. 



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136 




lErtgfjt of iirattlcfaj), to. 
ittntoln. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent on a fesse engrailed between three 
eagles' heads erased azure as many martlets of 
the field. 

Crest. — Upon a mount vert an unicorn 
passant reguardant argent semc-e of estoiles azure 
armed maned and hoofed or gorged with a 
collar of the third the dexter foot resting on a 
cross pal tee gold. 

Mollo. — Quercus. 



Samuel 'lurner of Caistor,= 
CO. Lincoln, M.D. (son of 
Samuel Turner of North 
CoUingham, CO. Nottingham, 
and of Caineringham and 
Buslingthorpc, both co. 
Lincoln \^Miniaturt at 
Brattlehy Hall, co. Lincoln, 
and another at Nettleton 
House, Cat'slor], by Anne 
his wife, dau. and heir of 
J.Oddlingof Ruslingthorpe); 
born at Cameringham 
31 March 1764, bapt. at 
Caistor ; died at Caistor, 
aged 61, 31 October, bur. 
there 16 November 1825. 
M.L Portrait in oils, also 
Miniature, at Bratileby 
Hall and at Nettleton 
House, Caistor. 



Mary, dau. of John Hameis 
Swan of Hundon Manor, 
in the parish of Caistor, 
by Mary his wife, only 
dau. of Timothy and Mary 
Hameis ; born at Caistor 
30 September 1771, bapt. 
there privately the same 
day (baptism registered at 
Caistor) ; marr. at Caistor 
20 June 1793; died at 
Selby, CO. York, aged 65, 13 
December 1836, bur. there. 
M.L For trail in oils, also 
Afiniature, at Brattkby 
Hall and at Nettleton 
House, Caistor. 



ty/:^^<f-^^i^-u-i>iL C^^ 



r^^^^^is^;^-^?^. 



Mary, born at Caistor 5 March 1796, 
bapt. there privately the same day 
(baptism registered at Caistor) ; 
marr. at Caistor 6 February 1834, 
James Audus (son of John Audus 
of Robin Hood Bay, co. York) ; 
born at Selby 28 July 1781 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for the East and \Vest 
Ridings of co. York ; died s.p. at 
Selby, aged 85, 14 May 1867, 
bur. at Selby Abbey. Will dated 
13 November 1863, with codicil 
dated 13 May 1867, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 454, 67) 31 July 1867, by 
George Skirrow Beecroft of the 
Abbey House, Kirkstall, co. York, 
George Whitehead of Park House, 
Selby, and Richard Audus Clark 
of York, nephews, the Exors. 
She died at Selby 13 November 
1869, and was bur. at Selby Abbey. 
Will dated 20 May 1868, with five 
codicils dated 6 November i858 to 
12 October 1869, proved at Wake- 
field 24 January 1870, by Thomas 
Johnson Borman of Swallow, co. 
Lincoln, and Richard Audus 
Clark of York, the surviving Exors. 
Portrait in oils at Brattlehv Hall. 



Rev. Samuel Turner of Nettleton=j= Margaret, only dau. of 
House, Caistor ; born at Caistor | John Wright of Wold 
I March 1797, bapt. there privately \ Newton and of Bin- 
the same day (baptism regislered 



at Caistor) ; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 29 March 
i8i6, B.A. 1820, M.A. 1822; 
Rector of Nettleton and Vicar of 
Cadney, both co. Lincoln, 1823 
until his death. Chaplain to the Earl 
of Yarborough ; died at Nettleton, 
aged 80, on Tuesday, i May, bur. 
in the family vault at Nettleton 
5 May 1877. Will dated 17 July 
1S67, with three codicils dated 
respectively 26 April 1873, 29 
January 1876 and 21 April 1877, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 610, 77) 
2 July 1877, by Margaret Turner 
of Nettleton, relict, and Samuel 
Wright Wright of Brattleby Hall, 
son, two of the Exors. Portrait 
in oils at Nettleton House, Caistor. 



y%uu^ ?t4A^r^.A.t<^ 



brooke Hall, both co. 
Lincoln, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Maurice 
Searle of Tetney, co. 
Lincoln ; born at Wold 
Newton 30 August 1 794, 
bapt. there the next 
day ; marr. by licence 
at Binbrooke (by the 
Rev. John Parkinson) 
21 June 1832; died at 
Nettleton House, Cais- 
tor, in her loist year, 
on Sunday, 23 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Nettleton 
27 December 1894. 
^I.L Portrait in oils 
at Nettleton House, 
Caistor, and another at 
Brattleby Hall. 

( See Pedigree of Wright, 
Vol. 14, page j<?.) 



137 



Ann, of Hope House, Caistor, co. 
Lincoln; born 23 January 1801 ; 
marr. at Caistor 21 August 1827, 
the Rev. George Anthony Moore of 
Garlennick House, co. Cornwall (eldest 
son of the Rev. George Moore, Vicar 
and Canon of Grampound, co. 
Cornwall) ; of Wadham College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 14 October 18 14, 
aged 19, B.A. 1819, Vicar of 
Talk-o'-the-Hill, co. Stafford, 1843, until 
his death ; died s.p. at Porchester, co. 
Hants, aged 64, 13 September 1859. 
She died at Caistor, aged 84, 22 April 
1885, and was bur. there. Memorial 
Window in the church at Caistor. 



Sarah Maria, born at 
Caistor, bapt. there 23 
August 1803 ; marr. at 
Nettleton, co. Lincoln 
(by her brother, the 
Rev. Samuel Turner) 26 
January 1832, George 
Marris of Caistor, 
Solicitor; died 18 July 
1875, bur. at Nettleton. 
She died, aged 71, 
and was bur. at Nettle- 
ton 16 October 1873. 
Memorial Windows in 
the churck at Caistor. 

I 



Elizabeth, born at Caistor 
18 April 1809; marr. at 
Caistor 25 February 1836, 
George Swan (son of 
Henry Swan of Lincoln, 
Surgeon, by Ann his wife); 
died 2 March 1856, bur. at 
Gamston, co. Nottingham. 
She died at Caistor 14 
August 1 86 1, and was bur. 
there. Adnion was granted 
at Lincoln 4 October 1861, 
to Frances Swan of Caistor, 
spinster, the only child. 
Memorial Window in the 
church at Caistor. 

A 



Samuel Wright Wright of Brattleby Hall, and= 
of North Kelsey, both co. Lincoln ; born at 
Nettleton House, Caistor, 28 May 1833, bapt. 
there the same day ; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 June 185 1, B.A. and 
M.A. 1856; J. P. for CO. Lincoln 9 April 1869, 
D.L. 1879; assumed by Royal Licence dated 
1 9 May 1863, the name and arms of Wright in 
lieu of that of Turner, on succeeding to the 
estate of his cousin. Captain Edward Wright of 
Brattleby; died at Brattleby Hall 17 June, bur. 
in the family vault at Brattleby 21 June 1894. 



=Constance Mary, of Nettleton House, 
Caistor, eldest dau. of Peter Freeland Aiken 
of Walcroft House, Durdham Down, Bristol, 
CO. Gloucester, by Constantia Elisabeth his 
wife, only dau. of Captain John Chetwood of 
Glanmire and Woodbrook, co. Cork ; born 
at 12 Meridian Place, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Bristol, 30 January 
1831 ; marr. at Westbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester (by the Rev. Prebendary Rowley 
of Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset), 22 
December i860. 



Sc^^Jr/yu^^u^^^Z^ 



Edward Ratcliffe Vogler Wright, 
born at Lincoln 4 January, bapt. 
at Nettleton 27 February 1862; 
died at Brattleby, aged 7, 27 
March 1869, bur. in the family 
vault at Brattleby. 



Geoffrey Turner Wright, born at 
Llandudno, co. Carnarvon, 20 August 
1863, bapt. at Nettleton; died at 
Brattleby Hall, aged 5^ years, 8 April 
1869, bur. in the family vault at 
Brattleby. 



Alice Margaret, 
born at Brattleby, 
bapt. at Nettleton. 



138 



Philip Chetwood Wright of= 
Brattleby Hall, co. Lincoln ; 
bom at Brattleby Hall lo May, 
bapt. at Nettleton, co. Lincoln 
(by his grandfather, the Rev. 
Samuel Turner) 26 June 1866; 
educated at Haileybury and 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 27 April 1885, 
B.A. 1889; joined the 3rd 
Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 
(Militia) 5 February 1889, 
Captain 23 July 1892, Hon. 
Major 7 August 1905 ; served 
in South African War 1902, at 
operations in Cape Colony 
April to 31 May 1902 (Queen's 
medal with two clasps) ; 
Associate of Surveyors' Institute 
1894; J. P. for CO. Lincoln 
6 April 1889, D.L. 1895. 



Josephine Agneta Mary, 
only dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Chichester, Rector 
of Drewsteignton, co. 
Devon, by Annie Jessie 
his wife, dau. of John 
Bayley White of Halcot 
Benley, co. Kent ; born 
at Drewsteignton, bapt. 
there; marr. at St. Thomas', 
Orchard Street, Portman 
Square, London (by the 
Rev. ^Villiam Ernest Oliver 
Stevens, R.N., Chaplain 
H.M.S. "Dido"), 24 
October 1 90 1. 



Rev. Arthur Samuel \Vright, born 
at Brattleby Hall 16 November 
1867, bapt. at Brattleby 26 
January 1868; educated at the 
Charterhouse September 1881 
to April 1885, and at New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 
October 1886, B.A. (Honours : 
2nd-class Classical Mods. 1888, 
4th-class Lit. Hum.) 1890, M.A. 
1897 ; ordained to St. Mary and 
St. Cuthbert, Chester-le-Street, 
CO. Durham, 1893, Curate of 
Holy Trinity, Stockton-on-Tees, 
CO. Durham, 1895-98, of St. 
Peter's, Norbiton, co. Surrey, 
June 1899-1901, and of Lower 
Kingswood, co. Surrey, 1901 
-1 903, licenced Diocesan Preacher 
for the diocese of Lincoln 1904, 
and Vicar of Bonby, co. Lincoln, 
since September 1908; Patron 
of the living of Brattleby. 



Margaret Clarentia Josephine, born 
at Brattleby Hall 19 April, bapt. at 
Brattleby on Ascension Day, 12 
May 1904. 



Constance Mary, 
born at Brattleby, 
bapt. there. 



Grace Mabel, born at 
Hastings, co. Sussex, 
bapt. at Brattleby. 



Florence Dawson, born at Brattleby 20 
February, bapt. there privately, died, aged 
6 days, 26 February 1874. 




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^rtlieau):. 



Arms, — Argent a chevron sable in chief a label of three points gules. 
Crest. — A Saracen's head in profile couped al the shoulders on the 

head a chapeau azure turned up argent. 
Motto. — Tojours pret. 



Walter Prideaux, (4th son of George Prideaux,= 
Solicitor [ist cousin of William Prideaux of 
Kingsbridge, co. Devon, see Vol. j", page 62], by 
Anna his wife, dau. and heir of Philip Cook- 
worthy) ; born at Kingsbridge 25 November 
1779; Banker; died at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
in his 53rd year, on Sunday, 24 June, bur. there 
I July 1832. Will dated 29 February 1804, 
proved (P.C.C. 652 Farqiihar) 16 October 1833, 
by Sarah Elizabeth Ball Prideaux, relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



=Sarah EHzabeth Ball, dau. of Joseph 
Kingston of Kingsbridge, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Ball of Bridgwater, 
CO. Somerset; born at Kingsbridge 16 Sep- 
tember 1786; marr. there 30 May 1805; 
died at Plymouth, in her 8ist year, on 
Thursday, 20 December 1866, bur. there. 
Will dated 20 March 1858, with codicil 
dated 11 March 1864, proved at Exeter 
18 January 1867, by the affirmation of 
Charles Prideaux of Plymouth, son, one 
of the Exors. 



Walter Prideaux of Faircrouch,= 
Wadhurst, co. Sussex, and of 
London; born at Bearscombe, 
in the parish of Buckland-tout- 
Saints, co. Devon, 15 April 
1806; Solicitor and Clerk 
of the Goldsmiths' Company, 
London ; Author of " Poems 
of Chivalry," 1840; died at the 
Goldsmiths' Hall, London, in 
his 83rd year, on Saturday, 30 
March, bur. at Stanmore, co. 
Middlesex, 3 April 1 889. Will 
dated 4 February 1882, with 
codicil dated 27 March 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 448, 89) 
I May 1889, by Walter Sher- 
burne Prideaux and Arthur 
Robert Prideaux, both of the 
Goldsmiths' Hall, sons, two 
of the Exors. 



=Elizabeth, 3rd dau. 
of General Sherburne 
Hodgkinson Williams of 
Catsfield, co. Sussex, 
R.E. ; born 20 Novem- 
ber 1823 ; marr. at 
Catsfield on Thursday, 
1 4 September 1843; died 
at 37 Norfolk Square, 
London, in her 83rd 
year, on Thursday, 22 
February, bur. at Stan- 
more 27 February 1906. 
\W\\ dated 23 September 
1891, with two codicils 
dated 12 March 1898 
and 7 December 1900, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 396, 
1906) 28 March 1906, 
by Sir Walter Sherburne 
Prideaux, Knight, and 
Arthur Robert Prideaux, 
the Exors. 



Sarah Anna, born at Bearscombe 22 
September 1807 ; marr. at Plymouth 
12 March 1839, Samuel Prideaux 
Tregelles of Plymouth, D.C.L., LL.D. 
(son of Samuel Tregelles of Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, by Dorothy his wife, 4th 
dau. of George Prideaux, Solicitor) ; 
born at Falmouth 30 January 1813 ; 
died at 6 Portland Square, Plymouth, 
aged 62, on Saturday, 24 April 1875. 
Adirion (with will dated 7 October 
1845) was granted at the Principal 
Registry 12 November 1875, to Sarah 
Anna Tregelles, relict. She died s.p. 
at her residence, 31 Portland Square, 
Plymouth, aged 75, on Friday, 15 
September 1882, and vpas bur. in 
Plymouth Cemetery. Will dated 19 
December 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 
801, 82) 24 October 1882, by Augusta 
Prideaux, spinster, sister, and Arthur 
Edward Pridham, nephew, both of 
Plymouth, the Exors. 



Ellen Elizabeth, born in Park Lane, London, on Wednesday, 11 December 1844; marr. 
at Fort William, Calcutta, India (by the Rev. Henry James Matthew), on Thursday, 24 February 
1870, to Major-General Richard Wace, C.B. (son of the Rev. Richard Henry Wace of 
Wadhurst); born 16 July 1S42 ; entered the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant 19 January 
1864, Captain 9 August 1876, Brevet Major 22 November 1879, Major 26 July 1883, Lieut. - 
Colonel 7 September 1891, Substantive Colonel 26 July 1894, Major-General 31 January 1902, 
Deputy-lJirector-General of Ordnance in India i September 1882 to 6 September 1891, and 
7 September 1891 to 5 October 1893, Inspector-General of Ordnance, Bengal, 6 October 1893 
to 31 January 1897, and with temporary rank of Major-General i February 1897 to 16 July 
1904, of the Reserve of Officers; created C.B. 22 lune 1897 ; served in Afghan War 1878-79, 
and 1880, at action of Baghao, march from Quetta to relief of Kandahar (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 7 November 1879 and 25 January 1881, medal, brevet of 
Major). She died s.p. at Calcutta 10 July 187 1, and was bur. there. 



140 



Eliza, dau. of John= 
Abbott of Plymouth, 
CO. Devon; marr. at 
the Friends' Meeting 
House, Plymouth, 
9 October 1850 ; 
died s.p. 1 1 De- 
cember 1856, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Plymouth. 
I St wife. 



=Charles Prideaux of Brookfield,= 
'I'amerton, co. Devon ; born at 
Bearscombe, in the parish of 
Buckland-tout-Saints, co. Devon, 
18 January 1809 ; Chairman of 
Devon and Cornwall Bank 1869 
-88; died at Brookfield, Tamerton, 
aged 84, on Thursday, 8 June 
1893, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Plymouth. Will dated 
12 December 1890, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 677, 93) 13 July 1893, by 
Arthur Edward Pridham, the 
sole Exor. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Christy 
Wakefield of filenallon, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, by Jane his wife, dau. 
of Joseph and Elizabeth GofT of 
Horetown House, co. Wexford ; 
born at Moyallon, co. Down, in 
1 8 10; marr. at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Torquay, on Wed- 
nesday, 20 April 1864; died s.p. at 
Plymouth on Monday, 21 August 
1865, bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Plymouth. 2nd wife. 



Sir Walter Sherburne Prideaux of= 
the Goldsmiths' Hall, London ; 
born at 12 Park Lane, London, 
on Monday, 23 February 1846, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London ; educated at 
Eton; admitted a Solicitor 1870; 
Assistant Clerk of the Gold- 
smiths' Company 1871-82, Clerk 
since 1882 ; knighted at Osborne 
1891 ; Author of "Memorials 
of the Goldsmiths' Company " 
(2 vols.), 1896. 



Catharine Mary, elder dau. of the Rev. John Vidgen 
Povah, Minor Canon and Divinity Lecturer of St. Paul's 
Cathedral and one of the Priests-in-Ordinary at the 
Chapel Royal, St. James', by Catharine Caroline his wife, 
dau. of John David Kohler ; born at 25 Charterhouse 
Square, Finsbury, London, on Easter Sunday, 23 April, 
bapt. at St. Ann and St. Agnes, Gresham Street, London, 
30 May 1848; marr. there (by the Very Rev. William 
Weldon Champneys, Dean of Lichfield, assisted by the 
Rev. James William Vivian, D.D., Rector of St. Peter- 
le-Poer, London), on Wednesday, 12 February 1873. 



Catharine Ellen, born at 41 
Colville Gardens, Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 1 7 
December 1873, bapt. at St. 
Anne and St. Agnes, Gresham 
Street, London, 28 January 
1874; marr. there (by the 
Rt. Rev. Alfred Earle, Bishop 
of Marlborough, assisted by the 
Rev. St. Clair Donaldson and 
the Rev. Septimus Buss) on 
Saturday, 16 December 1899, 
to Rollo Frederick Graham- 
Campbell (youngest son of 
John Graham -Campbell of 
Shirvan, co. Argyll, by Jessie 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Charles 
Saunders of Fulwood Park, co. 
Lancaster) ; born 2 January 
1868; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 

Term, 1887, LL.B. 1891, 
LL.M. 1 89 7; Barrister-at-Law. 



Walter Treverbian= 
Prideaux, born at 
41 Colville Gar- 
dens, Kensington, 
on Wednesday, 13 
January, bapt. at 
St. Anne and St. 
Agnes, Gresham 
Street, London, 24 
February 1875; 
educated at Eton ; 
admitted a Solicitor 
1S98; Assistant 
Clerk of the Gold- 
smiths' Company 
since 1898. 



=Marion Fenn, only 
dau. of James 
Woodgate Arbuth- 
not of Elderslie, 
Ockley, co. Surrey, 
by Annie Susan 
Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of Sir Charles 
Jackson; bom 15 
October 1878 ; 

marr. at Ockley (by 
the Rev. Frederick 
Marshall, the Rec- 
tor, assisted by the 
Rev. John Elwin 
Eddis, Vicar of 
^\'itley, CO. Surrey) 
on Saturday, 20 
April 1 90 1. 



Humphrey HoUond 
Prideaux, born at 
41 Colville Gardens, 
Kensington, 19 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. 
Anne and St. Agnes, 
Gresham Street, 

London, 23 Feb- 
ruary 1S78; educated 
at Eton and at 
Trinity College, 

Oxford, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 
1896, B.A. 1900, 
M.A. 1904. 



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141 



Henry Prideaux, born at Bearscombe, in the parish= 
of Buckland-tout-Saints, co. Devon, 28 April 1810; 
Solicitor ; died at his residence at Plymouth, in his 
70th year, on Tuesday, 11 November 1879, bur. in the 
cemetery at Plymouth. Will dated i December 1877, 
proved at E.xeter 12 December 1879, by Walter 
Sherburne Prideaux of the Goldsmiths' Hall, London, 
and by the affirmation of Arthur Edward Pridham of 
Plymouth, nephews, the Exors. 



=Agnes iVIaxwell, dau. of Ivobert 
Morris; born 22 February 1825; 
marr. at Tamerton Foliott, co. Devon, 
I May 1851 ; died at 23 Royal York 
Crescent, Clifton, co. Gloucester, in 
her 80th year, on Sunday, 1 1 De- 
cember, bur. in the cemetery at 
Plymouth on Thursday, 1 5 December 
1904. 



Agnes, born at Westbrook, Amy Henrietta, 

Tamerton P'oliott, 1 1 August born at West- 

1852 ; died unmarried at 23 brook, Tamerton 

Royal York Crescent, Clifton, 

on Sunday, 17 March 1895, 

bur. in the cemetery at 

Plymouth. 



Foliott, on Mon- 
day, 29 August 
1853- 



Edith Kara, born at Mabel, born at West- 

Westbrook, Tamerton brook, Tamerton 

Foliott, on Sunday, Foliott, on Monday, 

3 September 1S54. i September 1856. 



Ada Hollond, born at 
38 Baker Street, London, 
on Sunday, 17 February 
1850, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London. 



Sarah Treverbian, born 
at the Goldsmiths' Hall, 
London, on Tuesday, 
8 March, bapt. at St. 
Anne and St. Agnes, 
Gresham Street, London, 
I May 1853. 



Arthur Robert Prideaux of= 
13 Talbot Square, Hyde 
Park, London ; born at the 
Goldsmiths' Hall, London, 
on Sunday, 8 February, 
bapt. at St. Ann and 
St. Agnes, Gresham Street, 
London, 20 March 1857 ; 
educated at Eton ; admitted 
a Solicitor Easter 1880. 



Geoffrey Arthur Prideaux, 
born at 13 Talbot Square, 
Hyde Park, on Saturday, 
I August 1 891; educated 
at Eton. 



=Louisa Charlotte, younger dau. of the 
Rev. William Elliot, Vicar of Brinsop 
and Prebendary of Hereford ; born 
I April 1866; marr. at Brinsop (by 
the Rev. John Walter Moore, Rector 
of Hordley, co. Salop, assisted by 
the Rev. Henry Edward James 
Bevan, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Stoke 
Newington, co. Middlesex) on Tues- 
day, 8 April 1890. 



Charles Prideaux, born at 13 Talbot 
Square, Hyde Park, on Sunday, 
28 August 1892, died 8 September 
following, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 



Rev. Sherburne Povah Tregelles Prideaux= 
of 18 Bramerton Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex; born at 41 Colville Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Thursday, 14 
October, bapt. at St. Anne and St. Agnes, 
Gresham Street, London, 7 December 
1880; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated in October 
1899, 3rd-class Classical Mods. 1901, 
B.A. (3rd-class Theol. Hons.) 1903, 
M.A. 1906; Curate of St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, 3 October 1904-1908, appointed 
Curate-in-Charge, Chelsea Old Church, 
March 1908. 



^Augusta Frances Ellen, youngest 
dau. of Sir William Henry Flower, 
K.C.B., by Georgiana Rosetta his 
wife, dau. of Admiral William 
Henry Smyth, F.R.S; marr. at 
St. Luke's, Chelsea (by the 
Ven'''^ Henry Edward James 
Bevan, Archdeacon of Middle- 
sex, assisted by the Rev. Edgar 
Sheppard, D.D., Sub-Dean of 
the Chapels Royal, and the Rev. 
de Courcy Laffan), on Tuesday, 
30 June 1908. 

142 



Nora Margaret, 
born at 41 Col- 
ville Gardens, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 
18 November 
1883, bapt. at 
St. Anne and St. 
Agnes, Gresham 
Street, London, 
8 January 1884. 



Alfred Prideaux of Liskeard, co.^ 
Cornwall ; born at Dodbrooke, 
CO. Devon, ii December 1811; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1834, L.S.A. 1836; 
died at Liskeard, aged 69, 22 No- 
vember, bur. there 26 November 
1881. Will dated 28 June 187S, 
proved at Bodmin 29 April 1882, 
by the Rev. Walter Alfred Prideaux 
of East Stonehouse, co. Devon, son, 
and Arthur Pridham of Mannamead, 
Plymouth, co. Devon, nephew, the 
Exors. 



=Ann, dau. of 
Nicholas Vivian 
of St. Maradox, 
Camborne, co. 
Cornwall, by 
Julia Bennett his 
wife ; marr. at 
Camborne 14 
February 1839 ; 
died at Liskeard, 
aged 60, bur. 
there 24 Novem- 
ber 1869. 



Susannah Rachel, born at Plymouth 
26 August 18 13; marr. i July 1841, 
Charles Pridham (4tli son of Joseph 
Pridham of St. Andrew's, Plymouth) ; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
9 February 1832, aged 19, B.A. 1836; 
died at Bristol, bur. there. She died 
at Cotham, Bristol, aged 86, on Tues- 
day, 7 August 1900, and was bur. at 
Bristol. Will dated 24 July 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1322, 1900) 6 Sep- 
tember 1900, by Charles Pridham and 
Arthur Edward Pridham, the Exors. 



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Vivian Prideaux, born at Rev. "Walter Alfred Prideaux, born at Yealmpton=T=Elizabeth 

Yealmpton, co. Devon, 18 July 1841, bapt. at Liskeard 7 March 

8 December 1839; died 1842; educated at St. Aidans ; Vicar of 

13 September 1841, St. Matthew's, East Stonehouse, co. Devon, 

bur. at Camborne, co. 1876-96, and of Leusden, co. Devon, sincei896. 

Cornw;ill. 



^//iJ^ d, yiu?^e<Mt^^^. 



Lovey, 
dau. of Thomas 
Hodge and Mary 
Lawrence of Lis- 
keard; bom 22 May, 
bapt. at Liskeard 
12 June 1839; marr. 
there 24 July 1866. 



Mary, born Rev. Frederick Joseph Prideaux of Lockeridge,=Annie Renwick, Annie Vivian, 

16 August Bere Alston, co. Devon; born 9 February marr. at All born 19 Sep- 

1867 ; died 1869; educated at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and Souls', Lang- tember 1870, 

14 Septem- at Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1892, M.A. ham Place, bapt. at Lis- 

ber 1 88 1. 1895; Curate of Highweek, co. Devon, 1901 London, 12 No- keard. 

-1906, Licenced Preacher, Diocese of Exeter, vember 1907. 

1906-1908. 



Henry Maxw^ell= 
Prideaux, born 
at Westbrook, 
Tamerton Foliott, 
CO. Devon, on 
Wednesday, 14 
October 1857. 



'Antoinette, dau. of Winter 
Z. Roestyld of Christiana, 
Norway, by Sigrid his wife, 
dau. of Z. Siefert ; born at 
Christiana 30 May 1865, 
bapt. at Hanover ; marr. at 
Reigate, co. Surrey, 18 July 
1902. 



Walter Baldwin Prideaux, 
born at Westbrook, 
Tamerton Foliott, on 
Friday, 25 November 
1859 ; died at Graafreinet, 
Cape Colony, in his 25th 
year, on F"riday, 7 No- 
vember 1884, bur. there. 



A daughter, born 
at Westbrook, 
Tamerton Foliott, 
on Wednesday, 
4 March, died on 
Sunday, 22 March 
1863. 



Augusta, born at Westbrook, 
Tamerton F'oliott, on P'riday, 
22 July 1864. 

Claudia Fann)', born at West- 
brook, Tamerton F'oliott, on 
Thursday, 14 SeiHember 
1865. 



Robert Morris Prideaux of=T=Margaret M., 3rd dau. of William 
\\'oodlands, Brasted Chart, 
CO. Kent; born at Crescent 
Place, Plymouth, on Wed- 
nesday, 26 June 1867. 



Grace of the Bank House, 
\\'akefield, co. York ; marr. in the 
Registry Office, City of London, 
on Wednesday, 24 August 1898. 



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143 



Augusta, born at 
Plymouth 4 January 
1S15 ; died at 20 Port- 
lantl Siiuare, Plymouth, 
aged 85, on Tuesday, 
I May 1900, bur. in 
the cemetery there. 
Will dated 13 February 
1897, with codicil dated 
27 November 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 807, 
lyoo) 29 May 1900, 
by Arthur Edward 
Pridham, and Augusta 
Prideaux and Maria 
Pridham, spinsters, the 
Exors. 



Frederick Prideaux of Maine's Hill,= 
Taunton, co. Somerset ; born at 
Plymouth 27 April 181 7 ; a Student 
of Lincoln's Inn 26 May 1834, called 
to the Bar 28 January 1840; Professor 
of the Law of Real and Personal 
Property to the Inns of Court 1866-75 ; 
Joint Author of " Prideaux's Convey- 
ancing"; died at Ermington, Taunton, 
in his 75th year, on Saturday, 21 
November 1891, bur. at Trull, co. 
Somerset. Will dated 15 August 
1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 56, 92) 12 
January 1892, by Fanny Ashe Prideaux, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Fanny Ashe, 2nd dau. of 
Richard Ball of Portland 
liouse, Bristol; born 2? April 
ii>26; marr. at Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 14 
April 1853 ; died at Ermington, 
Taunton, on Sunday, 2 Sep- 
tember 1894, bur. at Trull. 
Will dated 4 December 1893, 
with codicil dated 3 July 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 1 24, 94) 20 November 1894, 
by Amy Henrietta Prideaux, 
spinster, and Joseph Henry 
Ball, the Exors. 



Lucy, born at Plymouth 4 January 
1820; died at 20 Portland Square, 
Plymouth, on Wednesday, 18 No- 
vember 1896, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Plymouth. Will 
dated 27 February 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1220, 96) 12 December 
1896, by Arthur Edward Pridham, 
one of the Exors. 



Joseph Hingston 
Prideaux, born at 
Plymouth 13 May 
1823; drowned in 
Plymouth Sound 
24 June 1840, bur. 
in the Friends' 
Burial Groimd, 
Plymouth. 



Emily Ball, born at Plymouth 26 
April T829; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth (by the Rev. John 
Hatchard), on Thursday, 16 April 
1857, to Francis Coysgurne Ball of 
Hornsey, co. Middlesex, youngest 
son of Richard Ball of Kingsdown, 
Bristol. =j= 

A 



Edward Prideaux, born 
at Liskeard, co. Corn- 
wall, 30 May, bapt. 
there 25 July 1843; 
died, in his 3rd year, 
23 February, bur. at 
Liskeard 25 February 
1846. 



Julia Anne, born at Liskeard 27 May, bapt. there Sarah Ball, of 

17 July 1845; marr. by licence at Liskeard (by her Liskeard; born 

brother, the Rev. Walter Alfred Prideaux) 10 August at Liskeard 9 

1869, to George Samuel Collins of Launceston, co. July, bapt. there 

Cornwall (son of John Collins); bur. at Launceston. 7 August 1848. 
She died at Looe, co. Cornwall, 19 September, and 
was bur. at Liskeard 23 September 1885. 

A 



Kathleen Vivian, born at Liskeard, co. Cornwall, 24 May, 
bapt. there 30 June 1851 ; marr. at Liskeard 10 August 1873, 
William Nettle of Liskeard (son of William George Nettle) ; 
a Student of St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. Eng. and 
L.S.A. 1870; Hon. Surgeon Liskeard Cottage Hospital, 
Medical Officer of Health for Liskeard Urban and Rural 
Districts, formerly House Surgeon Royal Cornwall Infirmary ; 
Surgeon-Lieut. -Colonel Sth Battalion Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry and to the Army Medical Reserve (V.D.); 
Member of the British Medical Association, Fellow of the 
Society of Medical Officers of Health and of the Royal 
Institute of Public Health; J. P. for co. Cornwall and the 
borough of Liskeard. =,= 



Clara Allen, born at Liskeard 
8 February, bapt. there 29 
March 1853 ; died at Fowey, 
CO. Cornwall, aged 10, bur. at 
Liskeard 2 June 1863. 



Charles Vivian Prideaux, born 
at Liskeard 13 November 
1856, bapt. there 24 February 
1857 ; died, aged i year and 
9 months, 8 August, bur. at 
Liskeard 12 August 1858. 




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3^i%e of Cbcsljam, co. W^oxtt^ttx. 

Anns. — Quarterly: Sablo and gules over all a cross engrailed argent. 
Crest. — Out of a mural crown or two arms erect with the sleeves gules 

hands and cuffs proper supporting a shield argent. 
Mollo. — In cruce fides. 



Anne, only child of= 
Peter Nouaille of 
Great Ness House,co. 
Kent, J. P., by Anne 
his wife, 2nd dau. of 
William Woodgate 
of Summer Hill, 
Tonbridge,co. Kent ; 
marr. 28 July 1791 ; 
died, in her 74th 
year, on Thursday, 
I September 1836, 
bur. at Evesham. 
I St wife. 



=Edward Rudge of Abbey Manor House, Evesham,= 
CO. Worcester, and of 44 Wimpole Street, Cavendish 
Square, London. F.R.S., I'.S.A. (elder son of 
Edward Rudgc of Salisbury, co. Wilts, and of Bath, 
CO. Somerset, b)' Elizabeth his wife, 2nd tlau. of 
Walter Long of Preshaw, co. Hants); born 27 
June 1763; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 10 May 
1779; of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 
II October 1781 ; High Sheriff for co. Worcester 
1829, J. P. for the counties of Middlesex and 
Worcester, D.L. for co. Worcester; Fellow of the 
Linnecen Society ; Author of " Plantarum Guianae 
rariarum icones et descriptiones hactenus in- 
editre"; died at Abbey Manor House, Evesham, 
aged 83, on Thursday, 3 September 1846, bur. 
at Evesham. 



=Margaret, widow of 
Daniel Kazalgette 
of Eastwick House, 
Hampton, co. Wor- 
cester ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Marylebone, I^n- 
don (by the Rev. 
John Hume Spry, 
D.D.), on Thurs- 
day, 13 May 1 84 1. 
2nd wife. 



Edward John Rudge of Abbey Manor Housc,= 
Evesham, and of 52 Upper Harley Street, London, 
F.R.S. ; born 30 RLay 1792; educated at West- 
minster and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
25 February rSii, Scholar 1811-15, B.A. 1815, 
M.A. 1818; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 4 February 
1815, Barrister-at-Law 1818; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Worcester; F.R.S. 18 February 1847, 
F.S.A. ; Author of "A short account of the 
History and Antiquities of Evesham," 1820; died 
at Abbey Manor House, Evesham, aged 68, on 
Tuesday, 29 January 1861, bur. at F^vesham. Will 
dated 30 April 1850, proved (Prin. Reg., 183, 61) 
8 March 1861, by Edward Charles Rudge of Abbey 
Manor House, son, one of the Exors. 



=Felizarda, younger dau. of Charles Van 
Notten Pole of Wick Hill House, co. 
Gloucester, by Felizarda Matilda his 
wife, dau. of Richard Buller; marr. at 
the parish church, Marylebone, London, 
29 August 1825 ; died at 20 Oxford 
Square, Paddington, London, on Thurs- 
day, 14 October 1880, bur. at Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 
I June 1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 816, 80) 
27 October 1880, by the Rev. William 
John Rudge of St. Katharine's, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, and Walter Reginald 
Rudge, Captain Royal Artillery, sons, 
the Exors. 



Helen Catherine, 4th dau. of General= 
George Middlemore, C.B., by Phillis 
Sophia Lobb his wife ; marr. at the 
parish church, Evesham, 14 March 187 1 ; 
marr. istly at Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 
18 April 1854, the Rev. Gorges Richard 
Dallas Walsh of Southborough, co. Kent. 
She died, aged 48, 18 November 1879, 
and was bur. in the old churchyard at 
Evesham. M.L ist wife. 



=Ed\vard Charles Rudge of Abbey= 
Manor House, Evesham ; born 
in Wimpole Street, London, on 
Good Friday, 18 April 1828; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; J. P. for 
the counties of Worcester and 
Gloucester, D.L. for co. Worces- 
ter, High Sheriff 1866, Lord of 
the Manor of Evesham. 



=Florence, dau. 
of Charles Fox ; 
marr. by licence 
at Holy Trinity, 
Worcester, 6 
February 1893. 
2nd wife. 



Dorothy Gwendoline, 
born at Evesham in 
December 1893, bapt. 
at St. Laurence, Eves- 
ham, 5 March 1894. 



Beatrice Geraldine, born 
at Evesham in June, 
bapt. at St. Laurence, 
Evesham, 14 August 
1896. 

'45 



May Isobel, born 
at Evesham in June, 
bapt. at St. Laurence, 
Evesham, 30 August 
1898. 



John Edward Rudge, 
born at Evesham 31 
May, bapt. at St. 
Laurence, Evesham, 
25 September 1903. 



Anne Eliza, born 13 June 1797 ; marr. 22 September 1824, Charles Richard Van Notten Pole 
of Wick Hill House, co. Gloucester (eldest son of Charles Van Notten Pole of Wick Hill 
House, by Felizarda Matilda his wife, dau. of Richard BuUer) ; born 27 January 1797; 
educated at Eton and at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 9 May 18 14, B.A. 18 18, 
M.A. 1821; died at 3 Brunswick Villas, Hill's Road, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, in 
his 83rd year, on Sunday, 10 August 1879. Will dated 21 October 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 
299, 80) 15 March 1880, by Edward Clitherow Van Notten Pole of 22 Norfolk Road, 
St. lohn's Wood, son, one of the Exors. She died 29 September 1829. 

A 



Augusta Felizarda, 
born in Upper Harley 
Street, London, on 
Tuesday, 16 May 
1837 ; died at 52 
Windsor Road, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 
61, on Friday, 7 
October 1898. Will 
dated 25 July 1895, 
with codicil dated 
29 July 1895, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1280, 98) 
3 November 1898, 
by the Rev. William 
John Rudge, one of 
the Exors. 



Mary, only dau. of= 
the Rev. William 
Charles Edgell, Rec- 
tor of Uggeshall, co. 
Suffolk, by Elisabeth 
his wife; born at the 
Rectory, Uggeshall, 
18 March 1849; 
marr. at Uggeshall 
(by the Rev. John 
Edgell) on Tuesday, 
25 July 1871 ; died 
at St. Katherine's, 
Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Friday, 
14 May, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bourne- 
mouth 18 May 1880. 
I St wife. 



I 
=Rev. William Jolm Rudge= 
of Ardnave, Basset, 
Southampton ; born in 
Upper Harley Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 
26 November 1839, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Marylebone, London ; of 
Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1858, 
B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865 ; 
Vicar of Stoven, co. 
Suffolk, 1866-77, Chap- 
lain of Firs Home, 
Bournemouth, 1877-84, 
Licenced Preacher for 
the Diocese of \\'inchester 
from 1 886. 



=Williamina Alexandria 
Jane, dau. of the Rev. 
Robert Henry King, 
Rector of Broomswell, 
CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Southampton 25 May 
1838, bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. John-the- 
Baptist, Eltham, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. 
Walter James Sowerby, 
the Vicar), on Thurs- 
day, 5 February 18S5. 
2nd wife. 



Edward John Henry Rudge of Dcs-= 
borough, Shawford, co. Hants ; born 
at the Vicarage, Stoven, on Saturday, 
31 January, bapt. at Stoven i March 
1874; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated July 1897, B.A. 1897, 
M.A. December 1900; a Student of 
London Hospital, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1904 ; died at Chur, Switzer- 
land, aged 33, on Monday, 15 April, 
bur. at North Stoneham, co. Hants, 
25 April 1907. 



=Emily Alford, 2nd dau. of William 
Parry Cecil of Duffryn House, 
Surbiton Hill, co. Surrey, by Emily 
Seymour his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Burdon ; born at Putney, co. 
Surrey, 17 February 187 1, bapt. 
at St. John's, Putney ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Oatlands, co. Surrey 
(by the father of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. Edwin Peter 
Hood, Vicar of Fletching, co. 
Sussex, and the Rev. John Hume 
Townsend, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
16 July 1 90 1. 



William Nouaille 
Rudge, born at 
Bournemouth on 
Wednesday, 4 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 
29 September 

1878; died 25 
December 1879, 
bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Bourne- 
mouth. 



Edward Cecil William Rudge, 
born at Ivedale, Queen's Road, 
Beckenham, co. Kent, on Sunday, 
12 October, bapt. at Elmer's End, 
CO. Kent, 11 November 1902. 



John Seymour Rudge, born 
at Shawford, co. Hants, on 
Saturday, 2 June 1906, bapt. 
at Compton, co. Hants, 4 July 
1906. 



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Samuel Nouaille Rudge of Threckingham, co. Lincoln ■;■ 
born in Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, London, 21 May 
1801 ; of Caius College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
in June 1819, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 28 May 1823, 
Barrister-at-Law ; D.L. for co. Lincoln; died at his 
residence 6 Harley Street, London, aged 64, on Thursday, 
24 August 1865. Will dated 18 December 1861, with two \ 
codicils dated respectively 31 December 1861 and 23 June I 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 651, 65) 2 October 1865, by ; 
Adam Washington of Darley Dale, co. Derby, and Archer 
Thomas Upton of Austin Friars, London, two of the Exors. 



=Mary Magdalen, dau. of the 
Rev. William Collins Colton of 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester ; 
marr. at Christ Church, Mary- 
lebone, London (by the Rev. 
\Villiam Charles Colton, Rector 
of Boston, CO. Lincoln), on 
Thursday, 3 February 1842; died 
in Wimpole Street, London, aged 
51, on Saturday, 25 June 1870. 



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Nouaille Rudge of Threckingham, co. Lincoln,=j=Florence Caroline, youngest dau. of Edward 



and of West View, Shirley, Southampton ; 
born at Lennard Villa, Regent's Park, 
London, on Monday, 24 October 1842; D.L. 
for CO. Lincoln ; discontinued the christian 
names of Walter William by Deed Poll dated 
21 January 18S5. 



Collins Woodbridge of Dominica, and of 
6 Porchester Square, London ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
Charles Edward Donne), on Thursday, 20 
March 1862. 



Magdalen Florence Nouaille, 
born at Carlton Villas, Farn- 
ham Royal, co. Buckingham, 
on Friday, 26 June 1863. 



Agnes Malvina Nouaille, born 
at Calverley Park, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, on Sunday, 
29 October 1865. 



Howard Nouaille Rudge, born 
at 12 Calverley Park, Tun- 
bridge Wells, on Friday, 
5 July 1867. 



Lieut.-Colonel Walter Reginald Rudge, born in Upper Harley 
Street, London, on Wednesday, 31 August 1842; entered the 
Royal Artillery i March 1863, Major i November 1882, 
retired with hon. rank of Lieut.-Colonel 4 October 1884; 
J. P. for CO. Wilts ; died at Stede Court, aged 63, on Tuesday, 
5 June 1906. Will dated 2 June 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1138, 1906) 17 August 1906, by Louisa Emily Rudge, relict, 
and Godfrey Charles Somerville McAlaster, Barrister-at-Law, 
the Exors. 



= Louisa Emily, of Stede Court, 
CO. Kent, 3rd dau. of Thomas 
Veale-Lane of Coffleet, co. 
Devon ; marr. at Wavendon, 
CO. Buckingham (by the Rev. 
William John Rudge, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry Burney, 
the Rector), on Thursday, 
24 January 1867. 



Arthur William Rudge, 
born at Londonderry 
on Monday, 18 May 
1868; Lieutenant 2nd 
Volunteer Battal ion (The 
Prince Albert's) Somer- 
setshire Light Infantry ; 
died unmarried. 



Mabel Felizarda, marr. at Harrietsham, co. Kent (by her uncle, 
the Rev. William John Rudge, assisted by the Rev. Cloudesley 
Dewar Bullock ^iarsham, the Rector), on Tuesday, 2 June 
1908, to Aubrey Webster Buckingham (3rd son of Joseph 
Hicks Buckingham of 92 Lancaster Gate, London); Captain 
(Hon. Major 11 January 1902) 3rd Battalion The Gordon High- 
landers (Militia), Hon. Captain in the Army 31 May 1901 ; served 
in South African War 1899- 1902, at operations in Natal 1899, 
in command of Volunteer details, afterwards Garrison Adjutant 
Green Point Camp (Queen's medal with three clasps, King's medal 
with two clasps). 



147 



4t/R^^ 




^rice. 



Ralph Price of Sydenham, co.^ 
Kent (3rd son of Sir Charles 
Price of Spring Grove, Rich- 
mond, CO. Surrey, ist Baronet, 
M.P. for London, Lord Mayor 
1803, by Mary his wife, dau. 
and coheir of William Rugge 
of Stcrtloe House, in Buckden, 
CO. Huntingdon, see Vol. 7, 
page 87) ; born 8 February 
1780 ; Treasurer of the Royal 
Hospitals of Bridewell and 
Bethlehem 1836, Master of 
the Ironmongers' Company 
1834 and 1837 ; died at 
Sydenham, co. Kent, in his 
8 1 St year, on Tuesday, 3 April 
i860, bur. at Sydenham. 
Will dated 14 September 
1853, with codicil dated 27 
October 1857, proved (Prin 
Reg., 410, 60) 2 June i860, 
by Ralph Charles Price and 
Francis Lysons Price, sons, 
the Exors. Oil Painting 
{full-length), bv John Prescott 
Knight, P. A., in the Court Room of Bridewell Hospital, another 
l>y Alary Afatilda Betham and a Miniature on ivory, in the possession 
of Mrs. Ralph Price of 26 Hyde Park Gardens, London. 

{For earlier Pedigree see "Notes" to "Visitation of England 
and IVales," Vol. 7, page So.) 



Arms on record in the College of Amis. — 
Gules a lion rampant argent. 

Crest. — A lion rampant argent holding 
in ihe de.xter paw a rose gules stalked and 
leaved vert. 

Motlo. — \'ive ut vivas. 



=Charlotte Savery (his cousin), 
2nd dau. of Thomas Carteret 
Hardy, Colonel Commandant 
of the York F'usiliers, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Bartholomew Price of East 
Challow, in Letcombe Regis, 
CO. Berks ; bapt. at St. 
Stephen's, Norwich, 5 June 
1781 ; marr. at Hempstead, 
CO. Gloucester, 3 September 
1805 (marriage settlements 
dated 28 August 1805); died 
at Sydenham, in her 69th year, 
on Monday, 5 April 1850, 
bur. there. Oil Painting, by 
Sir Thomas La2vrence, P.R.A., 
in the possession of Mrs. Ralph 
Price of 26 Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, another 
(with her sister, Airs. Sarah 
Lysons of Hempstead Court), 
by the same artist, in the 
possession of Charles Crews of 
41 Portman Square, London, 
and a copy in enamel, by Henry 
Bofie, R.A., in the possession 
of Mrs. Samuel Lysons. 



Ralph Charles Price of Hill House,= 
Carshalton, co. Surrey ; born 25 July 
1808; Patron of the living of Farn- 
borough, CO. Berks ; died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, aged 59, on Sunday, i March 
1868, bur. in the family vault at Syden- 
ham. Will dated 15 February 1868, with 
codicil dated 26 February 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 282, 68) 6 April 1868, by 
the Rev. Edmund Price of Farnborough, 
son, Simon Adams Beck of Ironmongers' 
Hall, Fenchurch Street, London, and Hall 
Rokeby Price of Cowper's Court, Cornhill, 
London, the Exors. 



=Albinia Eliza (his cousin), 5th dau. of Sir Charles Price 
of Spring Grove, Richmond, 2nd Baronet, by Mary 
Anne his wife, dau. of VVilliam King of King Street, 
Covent Garden, London; born i October 1809; marr. 
at Bridewell Chapel, London, i October 1835 ; died at 
Parkside House, Ewell, co. Surrey, aged 76, on Tuesday, 
10 August, bur. in the family vault at Sydenham on 
Saturday, 14 August 1886. Will dated i December 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 816, 86) 14 September 1886, 
by Norbury Pott of Riverside, Beddington, co. Surrey, 
and Stafford Francis Still of Lincoln's Inn, London, 
nephews, the Exors. 

{See Pedigree of Rugge-Price, Vol. 14, page 164.) 



Rev. Edmund Price, born 11 October 1836; of= 
University College, O.xford, matriculated 11 May 
1854, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1862; Rector (1862) and 
Patron (1868) of Farnborough until his death; 
died s.p. at the Rectory, Farnborough, aged 36, 
on Sunday, 15 September, bur. at F^arnborough 
20 September 1872. Will dated 16 October 
1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 642, 72) 30 October 
1872, by Frances Augusta Price of Farnborough, 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



=F'rances Augusta, 4th dau. of Edward Cockburn 
Kindersley of Harley Street, London, by Harriet 
his wife, dau. of Richard Torin of Englefield 
Green, co. Surrey; born at 72 Harley Street, 
London, 16 April 1839, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Marylebone, London ; marr. there (by the Rev. 
John Spearman Wasey, Vicar of Compton, co. 
Berks, assisted by the Rev. Richard Cockburn 
Kindersley, Vicar of Brampford Speke, co. 
Devon), on Thursday, 17 October 1867. 



148 



Charlotte Mary, born 25 
June 1806; died un- 
married at her residence, 
Oak Lea, Lawrie Park, 
Sydenham, co. Kent, aged 
70, on Friday, 21 July 
1876, bur. in the family 
vault at Sydenham. Will 
dated 23 August i858, 
with four codicils dated 
respectively 23 August 
1868, 9 July 1869, 16 July 
1874 and 22 February 
1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 
672, 76) 7 August 1876, 
by Ralph George Price 
and Ralph Coker Adams 
Beck, nephews, the Exors. 



Sarah Anne, born at Sydenham 27 June 1810; 
marr. at the parish church, Marylebone, London 
(by the Rev. Daniel Lysons), on Thursday, 19 
March 1829, Simon Adams Beck of Allesley Park, 
CO. Warwick (eldest son of James Beck of Allesley 
Park, by Sarah Coker his wife, dau. of Simon 
Adams of Ansty Hall, co. Warwick) ; born at 
Lythwood Hall, co. Salop, 21 June 1803; died 
at Cheam, co. Surrey, in his 80th year, on 
Monday, 26 February 1883, bur. there. Will 
dated 13 March 1876, with two codicils dated 
respectively 13 June 1876 and 19 February 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 195, 83) 21 March 1883, by 
Ralph Coker Adams Beck, son, and Stafford 
Francis Still, the Exors. She died at 2a Marloes 
Road, Kensington, London, aged 78, on Thursday, 
14 March 1889, and was bur. at Cheam. Will 
dated 28 January 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
291, 89) 13 April 1889, by Ralph Coker Adams 
Beck of Cheam, son. =j= 
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George Price, 
born 24 Sep- 
tember, died 
on Monday, 
7 October 

181 1, bur. at 
St. Sepulchre's, 
London. 






Ralph George Price of Marshall's Park, Romford, co.= 
Essex; born at Sydenham 18 June 1838; educated at 
Marlborough ; J. P. for co. Essex ; died at 26 Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, aged 66, on Thursday, 29 September, 
bur. in the Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 3 October 1904, first part of funeral service 
at the Church of the Annunciation, Bryanston Street, 
London. Will dated i September 1904, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1274, 1904) 17 October 1904, by Annette Mary 
Price, relict, Frank Broadwood Matthews, Colonel in 
H.M. Army, Joseph Child Priestley, K.C., and Harry 
Leonard \Varner, the Exors. 



=Annette Mary, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Simeon Burney Warner, Rector 
of Clyst St. Mary, co. Devon, by 
Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of James 
Cunningham of Sidbury Manor, co. 
Devon; bom at Sidbury 22 April 
1847; marr. at Clyst St. Mary (by 
the Rev. Edmund Price, Rector 
of Farnborough, co. Berks), on 
Wednesday, 13 November 1867. 



Edith Mabel Warner, born at Hornchurch, co. Essex, 25 September, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Hornchurch, 22 October 1868 ; marr. at St. Edward's, Romford (by the Rev. John Jackson 
Mallaby, Vicar of St. James', Brighton, assisted by the Rev. Francis Edwin Allen, the 
Vicar), on Tuesday, 29 January 1889, to Colonel Frank Broadwood Matthews of Old Raven 
House, Hook, co. Hants, D.S.O. (younger son of Charles Peter Matthews of The Bower, 
Havering, co. Essex); born at Gidea Hall, Romford, co. Essex, 7 September 1857, bapt. at 
St. Edward's, Romford ; educated at Harrow and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 
appointed Lieutenant 4th King's Own Royal Regiment (after 188 1 the King's Own Royal 
Lancaster Regiment) 15 July 1876, Adjutant 14 October 1879 to 22 December 1885, 
Captain 18 April 1885, Major 12 July 1893, Brevet Lieut. -Colonel 29 November 1900, 
Lieut.-Colonel 13 December 1900, Brevet Colonel 10 February 1904 (retired); served in 
Zulu War 1879 (medal with clasp); in South African War 1899-1902, at relief of Ladysmith, 
including operations of 17 to 24 January 1900, and actions at Spion Kop, Vaal Kranz, Tugela 
Heights and Pieter's Hill; in Natal March to May 1900; in Natal, Transvaal and Orange 
River Colony February 1901 to November 1902 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
8 February 1901, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, Queen's medal with five clasps, King's medal with 
two clasps, nominated D.S.O. 29 November 1900). =p 

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149 



Ellen Anne,dau.==SophiaCatharine,= 
of J. Robinson; youngest dau. 
marr. at Kynk of Lieut. -Colonel 
Phyoo, Arracan, Robert Leslie 
India, on Satur- Anstruther of the 
day, 25 August 6th Bengal Light 
1838 ; died there Cavalry, by Eliza- 
24 November beth his wife, 
1838. ist wife. dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Gardner, 
Rector of Stoke 
Hammond, co. 
Buckingham : marr. at Sultanpore, 
Benares, North-West Provinces, 
India, on Saturday, 29 February 
1840; died at Allahabad, North- 
West Provinces, India, in her 24th 
year, on Wednesday, 8 October 
1845. 2nd wife. 



^Robert Price, born= 
I3julyi8i3; Cap- 
tain 67th Bengal 
Native Infantry, 
Interpreter and 
Quarter-Master of 
the 18th Bengal 
Native Infantry ; 
killed in action at 
Donabue, near 
Rangoon, Burma, 
on Saturday, 5 
February 1853. 
Will dated 15 Feb- 
ruary 1 85 1, proved 
(P.C.C. 630, S3) 
30 August 1853, 
by Ralph Charles 
Price, brother, one 
of the Exors. 



^Harriet (his cousin), 3rd dau. of Sir (!harles 
Price of Spring Grove, Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 2nd Baronet, by Mary Anne his 
wife, dau. of William King of King Street 
Covent Garden, London ; marr. at Syden- 
ham, CO. Kent (by the Rev. Ralph Price, 
Rector of Lyminge, co. Kent), on 'I'hursday, 
16 May 1850; died at her residence. Oak 
Lea, Lawrie Park, Sydenham, in her 76th 
year, on Tuesday, 1 1 May 1 880, bur. in 
the family vault at Sydenham. Will dated 
2 October 1866, with codicil dated 24 
October 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 534, 80) 
2 June 1880, by Robert Pott of Bedding- 
ton, CO. Surrey, and Stafford Francis Still 
of 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, 
nephews, the Exors. 3rd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Rugge-Price, 
Vul. 14, page 163.) 



Lieut.-Colonel Ralph Anstruther Price of 61 Bassett Road, North= 
Kensington, London; born at Lucknovv 11 August 1842; appointed 
Ensign Bengal Native Infantry 7 June 1861, Lieutenant 20 June 1862, 
Captain 15 February 1870, Brevet Major 18 May 1881, Major 7 June 
1881, retired as Lieut.-Colonel 7 June 1887 ; served with the Bhootan 
Expedition 1865-66 (medal with clasp) ; in Afghan War 1880 (medal). 



=Fanny Hughes, dau. of 
James Lamb of Calcutta, 
India ; marr. at Cham- 
parum, Bengal (by the 
Rev. John Greenfield), on 
Tuesday, 2 July 1867. 



Robert James Stafford Price, Mary Sophia, marr. at St. Peter's, Bayswater, co. Middlesex, 
born at Lucknow on Friday, 29 August 1908, Charles Rundall Cunningham, son of 
18 February 1870. Colonel Charles Cunningham, Royal Engineers. 



I 
Alfred Adams Price of Moosomin,= 
Canada, born at Sydenham on 
Thursday, 9 January 1840; entered 
the Army as Ensign 67th Foot 
5 March 1858, Lieutenant 22 
July 1861, Captain (retired) 1868; 
served during Taeping rebellion 
1862 (medal). 



=Eliza Lockett, dau. of Thomas Taylor, formerly of the Indian 
Civil Service ; born in India ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, London (by the Very Rev. Augustus Page 
Saunders, Dean of Peterborough, assisted by the Rev. 
Edmund Price, Rector of Farnborough, co. Berks), on 
Thursday, 17 January 1867; died 15 December 1901, bur. 
at Moosomin. 



Annette Maud ^\'arner, born at Brighton, co. Sussex, 21 January, bapt. at Marguerite Warner, 
St. John's, Hove, co. Sussex, 24 February 1870; marr. at St. Edward's, born and died in 
Romford, co. Essex (by the Rev. James Aitken, Chaplain of the Royal May 1874, bur. at 
Memorial Church, St. George's, Cannes, France, assisted by the Rev. Francis Hornchurch, co. 
Edwin Allen, the Vicar), on Thursday, 30 July 1891, to Jjaseph Child Priestley Essex. 
of OfHey Holes, Hitchen, co. Hertford, K.C. (younger son of Sir William 
Overend Priestley of Westbrook Hall, Horsham, co. Sussex, and of 17 

Hertford Street, London, M.D., LL.D., M.P., by Eliza [Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England] his wife, dau. of Robert Chambers of Edinburgh, LL.D.); 
born at 31 Somerset Street, Portman Square, London, on Saturday, 11 January 1862; educated at 
Marlborough and at Pembroke College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1880, 
B.A. 1884 ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1888, K.C. 1903 ; J. P. for co. Hertford 1906. 



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Laura Frances, born 25 June 1818; marr. at Lewisham, co. Kent (by the Rev. William Adams, 
Fellow of Merton College, Oxford), on Thursday, 27 August 1840, to Robert Still of Sutton 
Hill, CO. Surrey (eldest son of the Rev. John Still of Barwick House, co. Wilts, and 
Rector of Fonthill, co. Wilts). She died at Sutton, co. Surrey, aged 44, on Monday, 
18 May 1863, and was bur. at Sutton. He marr. 2ndly at Boughton, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, i September 1864, Caroline Sarah Felicia, eldest dau. of the Rev. George 
Ash of Lodsworth, co. Sussex. He died at 1 1 Clifton Crescent, Folkestone, co. Kent, aged 
66, on Wednesday, 10 March 1875, and was bur. in the family vault at Sutton. Will 
dated 16 June 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 355, 75) 3 April 1875, ^y Stafford Francis Still, 
son, and Caroline Sarah Felicia Still, relict, the Exors. Caroline Sarah Felicia Still died at 
Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington, London, aged 71, 12 February 1902. 



Alexander Smirke Price, born 30 Oc- 
tober 1 84 1, bapt. at Sydenham, co. 
Kent. _ 

Louisa Mary, bom at Sydenham Hill 
on Friday, 24 February 1843 ; died at 
Hill House, Carshalton, co. Surrey, 
aged 23, on Saturday, i December 
1866, bur. in the family vault at 
Sydenham. 



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Rowland Price, bom at 
Sydenham Hill on Wed- 
nesday, 1 3 March 1 844 ; 
died, in his 12th year, 
on Thursday, 17 January 
1856, bur. at Car- 
shalton. The remains 
removed to the family 
vault at Sydenham 
December 1866. 



Herbert Still Price, born at 
Sydenham Hill on Monday, 
I December 1845 ; Lieu- 
tenant 4th Dragoon Guards ; 
died suddenly, unmarried, 
aged 54, on Tuesday, 21 
August 1900, bur. in the 
cemetery at Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey. 



Emest Charles Price, bom at 
8 Leinster Terrace, Lancaster Gate, 
London (the residence of Thomas 
Taylor, his grandfather), on Satur- 
day, 19 October 1867, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Paddington, London; 
died at Moosomin, Assinaboia, 
Canada, aged 32, on Monday, 23 
April 1900, bur. there. 



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Kenneth Alexander Price=j=Helen Mary, 2nd dau. of 



of Moosomin, Canada ; 
bom at I Cleveland Square, 
Lancaster Gate, London, 
on Saturday, 2 Januarj' 
1869, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Paddington. 



William Balwin George, by 
Annie Isabelle his wife, dau. 
of James Speck; born 2 Jan- 
uary 1886; marr. at Christ 
Church, Wapella, Canada, 
6 July 1904. 



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Ethel Marian, born 27 Guy Adams Price, born i 

June, bapt. at Moosomin January, bapt. at Moosomin 

27 August 1905. 30 January 1907 



Francis Lysons Price of= 
Surbiton Hill, Kingston, 
CO. Surrey; born 27 
December 18 19; one of 
H.M. Corps of Gentle- 
men-at-Arms ; died i 
March 1863. 



=Louisa Georgina, 2nd dau. of Charles Burlton of the 41st Foot; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Jersey (by her uncle, the Rev. Clement 
Le Hardy, the Rector), on Thursday, 28 December 1854: marr. 
2ndly the Rev. William Brine Le Maistre, Rector of St. Peter's, 
Jersey, who died, aged 78, 30 August 1897. She died in Jersey, 
and was bur. there. 



Louisa Charlotte Mary, died suddenly unmarried at The Grey House, Portishead, 
CO. Somerset, on Saturday, 11 February 1899. Will dated 10 September 1892, 
proved at Bristol 28 March 1899, by Mary Gabrielle Middlemore Whithard, 
spinster, the sole Executrix. 



Marian Frances, born at Sydenham, co. Kent, 
on Sunday, 27 June 1847, bapt. at the parish 
church, Sydenham ; marr. at Ewell, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. James Aitken, Vicar of Chorley 
Wood, CO. Hertford, assisted by the Rev. Sir 
George Lewen Glyn, Baronet, the Vicar), on 
Wednesday, 13 May 1874, to James Frederick 
Gaitskell of Vithery, Malabar, Lidia (youngest 
son of the Rev. John Gaitskell, Rector of 
Leverton, co. Lincoln) ; born at the Rectory, 
Leverton, 14 August 1844; died s.p. at Yercaud, 
Shevaro)s, Madras, India, on Wednesday, 21 
August 1895, bur. there the next day. 



Eva, born at Kent House, 
in the parish of Becken- 
ham, CO. Kent, on 
Wednesday, 26 July 1848, 
bapt. at Sydenham. 



Ethel Florence, born at 
Hill House, Carshalton, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 
16 June 1853, bapt. at 
Carshalton. 



Leonard Charles 
Price, of Ewell ; 
born at Hill 
House, Carshal- 
ton, on Monday, 
1 2 February 

1855, bapt. at 
Carshalton. 



Geraldine Mabel, bom at Downlands, 
Hordle, co. Hants, 23 June 187 1, bapt. 
at Hordle ; marr. in Canada 29 May 
1890, Claude George Ironside Currie 
(son of Major-General Robert Hamilton 
Currie of The Dorsetshire Regiment) ; 
born at Ferozepore, India, 27 March 
1 871; served with Imperial Yeomanry in 
South African War (slightly wounded), 
retired with rank of Lieutenant in the 
Army. Slie died 24 March 1899, and 
was bur. at Moosomin, Canada. 



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Ralph Charles Price, 
born at Downlands, 
Lymington,co. Hants, 
on Saturday, 6 De- 
cember 1873, bapt. at 
Hordle ; formerly in 
British South African 
Police ; served in 
Mashonaland 1897 
(medal). 



Kathleen Mary, born 29 
March 1876, bapt. at 
Hordle ; marr. at St. 
Matthew's, Brandon, Mani- 
toba, Canada, 7 March 1907, 
Robert George McCren, 2nd 
son of Frederick Bradford 
McCrea, formerly Major 8th 
(The King's) Foot, one of 
the survivors of the Siege of 
Delhi. =j= 

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GOSCHEN. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent a human heart gules flamant 
transfixed by an arrow in bend point upwards proper in chief two 
anchors sable. 

Crest. — Upon an arrow fessewise the point to the dexter a dove wings endorsed 
all proper. 

Supporters. — On the dexter a sailor habited and accoutred and on the sinister 
a private of the Royal Marines habited both proper each holding in 
his exterior hand a flag-staff of the last therefrom flowing a banner 
argent charged with a pale gules thereon an anchor cabled and 
erect or. 

AFotto. — Pacem. 



(S^oscben* 



William Henry Goscheii of Templeton House, Roehanii)ton,= 
CO. Surrey, and of Villa Goschen, Oberlosnitz, Saxony 
(only child of George Joachim Goschen of Leipzig, 
Hohenstedt and Grimma, Saxony); born 3 July 1793; 
died at Ghent, Belgium, aged 74, on Saturday, 28 July 
1866. Memorial 'I'ablet on West wall of the English 
Church at Dresden, Saxony : " This church was erected to 
the glory of God and in loving memory of William Henry 
Goschen by his widow Henrietta Goschen, and was 
consecrated in the name of All Saints, Nov. 27'*', the eve of 
Advent Sunday, 1869, A.D." Will dated 12 July 1865, 
with codicil dated 15 July 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 706, 66) 
17 November 1866, by George Joachim Goschen and 
Charles Hermann Goschen, sons, the Exors. 



^Henrietta, dau. of William Alexander 
Ohmann of Liverpool; born 13 De- 
cember 1806; marr. at St. Anne's, 
Liverpool, on Tuesday, 12 May 1829; 
died at 10 Royal Crescent, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, in her 90th year, on 
Thursday, 14 March 1895. M.I. on 
West wall of the English Church at 
Dresden. Will dated 14 July 1890, 
with codicil dated 30 October 1893, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 582, 95) 6 May 
1895, by Charles Hermann Goschen, 
son, one of the Exors. 



Henrietta Barbara, born on 
Friday, 26 March 1830; marr. 
at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, 
London (by the Rev. Robert 
Wood, Vicar of Christ Church, 
Erith, CO. Kent, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry White, Chaplain 
of the Savoy), on Saturday, 13 
January 1877, as his 2nd wife, 
to the Rev. Charles Lynd- 
luirst Vaughan (3rd son of 
John Vaughan of Marylebone, 
London) ; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 No- 
vember 1846, aged 18, B.A. 
1850, M.A. 1854; Vicar of 
St. Neot.s, CO. Huntingdon, 
1854-65, Rector of Christ 
Church, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, 1864 until his 
death ; died suddenly, while 
crossing the Julier Pass, 
Engadine, Switzerland, aged 
67, on Thursday, 8 August 
1895, bur. in the churchyard 
at Hollington, co. Sussex. 
Will dated 15 June 189 1, with 
codicil dated 23 November 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1302, 95) 14 November 1895, 
by Andrew Johnes Rouse 
Boughton Knight and George 
Joachim Goschen, the Exors. 
She died s.p. at the residence 
of her sister, Emily de Metzsch, 
at Oberlosnitz, Saxony, aged 
76, on Thursday, 19 July 
1906. Will dated 28 February 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1157, 1906) 16 August 1906, 
by Charles Hermann Goschen 
and Henry Goschen, brothers, 
the Exors. 



The Rt. HonW<= George Joachim Goschen,=pLucy, 2nd dau. of John 



DalleyofH.M. Customs; 
born 1 6 September 1830; 
marr. at Chislehurst, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. 
Francis Henry Murray), 
on Tuesday, 22 Sep- 
tember 1857 ; died at 
Seacox Heath, Hawk- 
hurst, on Monday, 21 
February, bur. in the 
churchyard at Flimwell 
on Thursday, 24 Feb- 
ruary 1898. Ad fn on was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 9 May 1898, 
to George Joachim 
Goschen, the husband. 



Viscount Goschen of Hawkhurst, co. 

Kent, LL.D. ; born at Stoke Newington, 

CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 10 August 

1831 ; educated at Rugby and at Oriel 

College, Oxford, matriculated 22 May 

1850, B.A. (ist-class Classics) 1853, 

M.A. 1875 ; a Director of the Bank of 

England 1858-65 ; M.P. for the City of 

London 1863-80, for Ripon 1880-85, fo"" 

Edinburgh (Eastern division) 1885-86, 

and for St. George's, Hanover Square, 

London, 1887 to November 1900; sworn 

of the Privy Council 29 November 1865 ; 

Vice-President of the Board of Trade and 

Paymaster-General November 1865 to 

January 1866, Chancellor of the Duchy of 

Lancaster January to July 1866, President 

of the Poor Law Board December 1868 

to March 187 1, First Lord of the 

Admiralty March 1871 to February 1874, 

and again from 29 June 1895 to October 

1900, Ecclesiastical Commissioner of England 1882-85, Chancellor 

of the Exchequer 17 January 1887 to 18 August 1892; Special 

Ambassador Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to 

Constantinople 6 May 1880 to 25 May 1881 ; an Elder Brother 

of Trinity House since 1897 ; one of H.M. Lieutenants for the 

City of London, J. P. and D.L. for co. Kent and J. P. for co. 

Sussex; D.C.L. Oxford 22 June i88i, appointed Hon. Fellow of 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1882, Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen 1887, 

Cambridge 1888 and Edinburgh 1890, Lord Rector of Aberdeen 

University 1887, of Edinburgh 1890, and Chancellor of Oxford 

University 1903; created Viscount Goschen of Hawkhurst, co. 

Kent, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 17 December 

1900; Author of "The Theory of the Foreign Exchanges," 

" Life and Times of George Joachim Goschen, Publisher," and 

other works ; died suddenly at his residence, Seacox Heath, 

Hawkhurst, at 4 a.m. on Thursday, 7 February, bur. in the 

churchyard at Flimwell, co. Sussex, ir E'ebruary 1907. Memorial 

service held at the Chapel Royal, St. James', the same day. Will 

dated 22 May 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 59, 1907) 24 May 1907, by 

George Joachim, Viscount Goschen, 

and the Hon*"'' William Henry ^^ 

Goschen, sons, and William Hugh "^ ^"^ 

Spottiswoode, the Exors. ^^^ 

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Mary Charlotte, born at Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 3 November 1832; 
died, aged 8 months, on Tuesday, 30 July 1833. 



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Lucy Maud, born at Eltham, 
CO. Kent, on Monday, 28 
June 1858; marr. at Flimwell, 
CO. Sussex (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Charles Lyndhurst 
Vaughan, assisted by the 
Rev. Charles James Eagleton, 
the Vicar), on Wednesday, 
24 April 1889, to the Hon'='^ 
Alexis Charles Burke Roche 
of Assolas Kanturk, co. 
Cork (3rd son of Edmund 
Burke, ist Baron Fermoy) ; 
born at Rutland Square, Dublin, 
on Thursday, 30 June 1853 ; 
formerly Gentleman-in-Waiting 
at the Vice-Regal Court, 
Ireland. =j= 

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George Joachim Goschen, Viscount= 
Goschen of Hawkhurst, co. Kent ; 
born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Monday, 15 October, 
1866, bapt. there; educated at 
Rugby and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 October 
1885; Private Secretary to the 
Governor of New South Wales 
(Earl of Jersey) 1890-92; M.P. 
for East Grinstead division of co. 
Sussex July 1895-1906, J. P. for the 
county ; Assistant Private Secretary 
to his father, when First Lord of the 
Admiralty, 1895-1900, an Extra 
A.D.C. to the Commander-in-Chief 
(Field-Marshal Earl Roberts) 1901 
-1904, Lieut. -Colonel Commanding 
(Hon. Colonel, V.D., 1905) 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion The Buffs (East 
Kent Regiment) since 6 May 1903 ; 
appointed a Knight of Grace of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. 
John of Jerusalem in England 
on Thursday, 6 December 1906 ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd 
Viscount 7 February 1907. 



'Lady Margaret Evelyn, 
youngest daughter of 
Gathorne, ist Earl 
of Cranbrook, P.C., 
G.C.S.L ; born at 12 
Grosvenor Crescent, 
London, on Thursday, 
27 May 1858; marr. at 
St. George's, Benenden, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 
26 January 1893. 



George Joachim Goschen, 
born at 30 Draycott Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 18 November 1893, 
bapt. at Flimwell. 



Phyllis Evelyn, born at 
Seacox Heath, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 5 August 
1895, bapt. at Flimwell. 



Cicely Winifred, born at Hemsted 
Park, Cranbrook, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 29 April 1899, bapt. 
at St. George's, Benenden. 



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William Ohmanii Goschen, born i January 1836; died at Carlsbad, Austria, aged 9, on 
Saturday, 26 July 1845. 



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Alice, born at 66 Mount Street, Berkeley Square, London, on Sunday, 21 June 1868, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Folkestone, co. Kent ; marr. at Flimwell, co. Sussex (by the Rev. Charles 
James Eagleton, the Vicar, assisted by the Ven^e Brook Deedes, Vicar of Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 
and the Rev. Edward Archibald Parry, Vicar of St. Mark's, New Milverton, co. Warwick), on 
Tuesday, 12 June 1900, to the Rev. Edward Hoare Hardcastle (2nd son of Edward Hardcastle 
of New Lodge, Hawkhurst, M.P., J. P. and D.L., by Priscilla Bu.xton his wife, dau. and coheir 
of Samuel Hoare of Lombard Street, London) ; born at Manchester on Thursday, 6 March 
1862 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1880, B.A. 1883, 
M.A. 1887; Vicar of Weston, Bath, co. Somerset, 1891-1901, Rector of St. Martin and 
St. Paul, Canterbury, co. Kent, 1 901- 1904, and Vicar of All Saints', Maidstone, co. Kent, 
since 1904. =,= 

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William Henry Goschen= 
of 47 Cadogan Gardens, 
Chelsea ; born at 66 
Mount Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 7 June 1870, 
bapt. at the Chapel 
Royal, Savoy, London ; 
educated at Rugby and 
at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 1 October 



=Geraldine Elizabeth, younger dau. of the 
Rt. Hon''''' John William Mellor of Culmhead, 
Pitminster, co. Somerset, M.P., K.C., by 
Caroline his wife, 4th dau. of Charles Paget 
of Ruddington Grange, co. Nottingham, M.P., 
J. P., U.L. ; born at 68 St. George's Square, 
London, on Friday, 8 January, bapt. at 
St. Saviour's, St. George's Square, 20 February 
1869; marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. Canon Alfred Ainger, 
Master of the Temple, assisted by her brother, 
the Rev. Wilfred Paget Mellor, Vicar of 
Podington, and the Rev. Charles James 
Eagleton, Vicar of Flimwell), on Saturday, 
25 July 1896. 

{See Pedigree of Mellor, Vol. j, page S/, and 
Additions and Corrections, Vol. J, page vi.) 



Beatrice Mary, born 
at Seacox Heath, 
Hawkhurst, on 

Thursday, 26 Sep- 
tember 1872, bapt. 
at Flimwell. 



Fanny Evelyn, born 
at Seacox Heath, 
Hawkhurst, on Satur- 
day, 13 November 
1875, bapt. at Flim- 
well. 



Angela, born at Seacox 
Heath, Hawkhurst, on 
Saturday, 4 September 
1897, bapt. at Flimwell. 



William Henry Goschen, 
born at 7 Warwick Square, 
Pimlico, London, on Mon- 
day, 26 March 1900, bapt. 
at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London. 

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Rosemary, born at 
7 Warwick Square, 
Pimlico, London, 
on Tuesday, 1 9 
April 1904, bapt. 
at theChapel Royal, 
Savoy, London. 



John Alexander 
Goschen, born at 
47 Cadogan Gar- 
dens, Chelsea, 
on Saturday, 7 
July 1906, bapt. 
at Flimwell. 



Henry Goschen of Heathfield,= 
Addington, co. Surrey ; born at 
Eltham, co. Kent, on Wednes- 
day, 5 April 1837 ; Lieutenant 
2nd Punjaub Irregular Cavalry, 
retired 22 October 1858. 



=Augusta Eleanor, youngest dau. of Geoffry Joseph Shakerley 
of Whatcroft Hall, co. Chester, by Eleanor Maria his wife, ' 
dau. of the Rev. James Webster of Ashfield, co. Longford ; 
marr. at Davenham, co. Chester (by the Rev. Thomas 
France, the Rector, assisted by the Rev. John Palmer 
Firmin), on Tuesday, 10 January 1865. 



William Henry Neville= 
Goschen of Durrington 
House, Harlow, co. 
Essex; born at 7 Chapel 
Street,Grosvenor Square, 
London, on Monday, 
30 October 1865 ; Hon. 
Major 24th Middlesex 
Rifle Volunteers. 



Christian, 2nd dau. of 
Colonel James Au- 
gustus Grant of the 
Bengal Staff Corps, 
C.B., C.S.L, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of A. Laurie ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don (by the Most 
Rev. Edward White 
Benson, Archbishop 
of Canterbury, assisted 
by the Rev. Canon 
Thomas Teignmouth 
Shore), on Thursday, 
23 November 1893. 



Etheldreda Augusta, born at 7 Chapel Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, on Thursday, 
17 October 1867, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Down Street, Piccadilly, London ; marr. at 
Addington (by the Rev. Archibald Campbell, 
Provost of Perth Cathedral, assisted by the 
Rev. Erskine Knollys, Vicar of Folkestone, 
CO. Kent, and the Rev. Arthur Carr, the 
Vicar) on Thursday, 5 September 1901, to 
the Rev. Alan Nigel Campbell (2nd son of 
Colonel Walter Campbell of Skipness Castle, 
CO. Argyll, by Anna Henrietta his wife, dau. 
of Colonel Loring) ; born at Edinburgh 1 7 
October 1858, bapt. at St. John's, Edinburgh; 
of Clare College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1879, B.A. 1883, ^LA. 
1896 ; Chaplain of Poplar Hospital, co. 
Middlesex, 1 890-1 901, Rector of Callender, 
CO. Perth, 1901-1904, and of St. Columba's, 
Newton, CO. Lanark, 1904, Diocesan Chaplain, 
Glasgow, since 1907. 



Christian Eleanor Margaret, born at 
26 Ebury Street, Pimlico, London, 
on Thursday, 28 March 1895. 



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Charles Hermann= 
Goschen of Bal- 
lards, Addington, 
CO. Surrey ; born 
on Monday, 21 
January 1839 ; one 
ofH.M. Lieutenants 
for the City of Lon- 
don ; a Director of 
the Bank of Eng- 
land and Chairman 
of Lloyds. 



=Ann Helen, eldest 
dau. of James Levick 
of Hookfield Grove, 
Epsom, CO. Surrey ; 
marr. at Ashtead, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 
3 February 1864. 



Charlotte Ernestina, born at Eltham, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 7 January 1840; marr. at Roehampton 
Chapel, CO. Surrey (by the Rev. Simon Sturges, 
Vicar of Wargrave, co. Berks, assisted by the 
Rev. Henry VVatson of Harrow, co. Middlesex), 
on Wednesday, 19 June 1861, to the Rev. 
Robert Wood of Weyleas, Farncombe, co. Surrey; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1856, B.A. i860, M.A. 1863; 
Vicar of Christ Church, Erith, 1874-81, Rector 
of Halstead 1881-87, of Smarden 1887-90, and 
\'icar of Bickley 1890-98, all co. Kent. 



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Helen Mary, born at Bedding- 
ton, CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
7 March 1865, bapt. there; 
died at 8 Sussex Square, Hyde 
Park, London, in her 6th year, 
on Thursday, 10 March 1870, 
bur. at Beddington. 



Charles Hermann Goschen, 
born at 23 Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 
on Monday, 25 P"ebruary 
1867, died a few hours after- 
wards, bur. at Beddington. 



Florence Madeleine, born 25 
January 1869. 

Catharine, born at 8 Sussex 
Square, Hyde Park, London, on 
Tuesday, 26 January 1869; died 
at 24 Hyde Park Street, London, 
in her 6th year, on Thursday, 
13 May 1875, bur. at Addington. 



Margaret, born on Monday, 14 June 1869, bapt. at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Addington (by the Most Rev. Edward White Benson, Archbishop of 
Canterbury, assisted by the Rev. Gerard Hoare), on Wednesday, 5 June 1895, to Henry 
Gerard Philip Hoare of Hartsridge, Godstone, co. Surrey (eldest son of Henry Gerard Hoare 
of Stanstead House, Godstone, J. P., by Jane Frances his wife, dau. of the Rev. Samuel Hurry 
Alderson, Rector of Risby, co. Suffolk); born at the Rectory, Risby, on Monday, 27 October 
1862 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1881, B.A. 1884, 
M.A. 1888; Major (2nd in command) Surrey Imperial Yeomanry from 19 July 1901. 



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Emily Louisa, born at Eltham, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 3 August 
1S41 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Roehampton, co. Surrey (by her 
brother-in-law, the Rev. Robert Wood, assisted by the Rev. 
Dr. George Eden Biber), on Thursday, 26 March 1863, to Baron 
Gustav de Metzsch-Reichenbach (eldest son of Baron Charles 
de Metzsch-Reichenbach, Chamberlain to the King of Saxony) ; 
Private Secretary, Chamberlain and Chief Master of Ceremonies 
to the King of Saxony ; died at Dresden, Saxony, in his 65th year, 
on Monday, 26 February 1900. =j= 



Fanny Elizabeth, born at 
Eltham on Thursday, 
2 February 1843; died 
unmarried at 22 Sussex 
Square, Hyde Park, 
London, aged 26, on 
Friday, 26 March 1869. 



Mabel, born at Norfolk Street, Park Lane, 
London, on iNIonday, 26 June 187 1, bapt. at 
Beddington, co. Surrey ; marr. at Addington, 
CO. Surrey (by the Rev. Townsend Mylne, 
assisted by the Rev. Arthur Carr), on Satur- 
day, II February 1899, to John Gerard Cobb 
of 18 Craven Hill Gardens, London (son of 
Thomas Pix Cobb, by Clara Watson his 
wife) ; born at 9 Craven Hill Gardens, 
London, on Sunday, 22 June 1862 ; educated 
at Rugby and at New College, O.xford, 
matriculated 15 October 1881, B.A. 1884. 



Margaret Elsie, born 
at 8 Sussex Square, 
Hyde Park, London, 
on Tuesday, 29 April 
1873 ; died at 8 
Sussex Square, Hyde 
Park, aged 1 1 months, 
on Saturday, 14 
March 1874. 



Sybil, born at Allards, 
Addington, on Saturday, 
30 December 1876, bapt. 
at Addington ; marr. 
there (by the Most Rev. 
Edward White Benson, 
Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, assisted by the 
Rev. A. Head), on. 
Tuesday, 28 January 
1896, to John Reginald 
Head, only son of 
John Head of Ipswich, 
CO. Sufifolk. =T= 



Hilda Marion, born at 
Tandridge Hall, Godstone, 
CO. Surrey, on Saturday, 
6 May 187 1, bapt. at 
Tandridge, co. Surrey. 



Geoffrey Shakerley Goschen, born 
at Tandridge Hall, Godstone, on 
Sunday, 10 November 1872 ; died 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 16, 
on Monday, 7 October 1889, bur. 
at Addington. 



Kathleen Eleanor, bom at 
Heathfield, Addington, on 
Thursday, 23 March 1876, 
bapt. at Addington Palace 
Chapel. 



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Alexander Heun Goschen of 27 
Lennox Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex ; born at Elthani, co. Kent, on 
Sunday, 7 April 1844; educated at 
Harrow ; marr. Laura Sophia, younger 
dau. of Charles Whaley Spurgeon, by 
Katherine his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Robert Bathurst. 



Marion, marr. by special licence at the Chapel Royal, 
Savoy, London (by the Rev. Robert Wood, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry White, Chaplain), on Wednesday, 
10 June 1868, to Baron George L. de Metzsch 
(2nd son of Baron Charles de Metzsch-Reichenbach); 
Minister of Home and Foreign Affairs to the King 
of Saxony. She died at Dresden, Saxony, on 
Saturday, 6 January 1877. 



Charles Henry 
Goschen, born 
at 69 Portland 
Place, London, 
on Saturday, 8 
November 1879, 
bapt. at Adding- 
ton, CO. Surrey. 



Kenneth Goschen of= 
Sigers, Eastcote, co. 
Middlesex ; born at 
71 Princes Gate, 
South Kensington, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 16 March 1882, 
bapt. at Addington. 



=Violet, dau. of Leonard Micklem of Norrysbury, 
New Barnet, co. Middlesex; born 14 January 1880; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, London (by 
her brother, the Rev. Philip Arthur Micklem, 
assisted by the Rev. William Warren and the Rev. 
Henry Reginald Gamble, the Vicar), on Wednesday, 
4 July 1906. 



Hugh Kenneth Goschen, born at Sigers, 
Eastcote, on Thursday, 9 May 1907, 
bapt. at Ruislip, co. Middlesex. 



Marjorie Dora, born at 
Sigers, Eastcote, on Friday, 
28 August 1908. 



Arthur Alec Goschen, D.S.O., born at 69 Portland= 
Place, London, on Tuesday, 6 January 1880, bapt. 
at the Chapel Royal, Savoy ; educated at Eton ; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 
25 June 1899, Lieutenant M Battery 16 February 
1901, Captnin 4 December 1907, Adjutant 2 
January 1908 ; served in South African War 1899 
-1 90 1, at operations in the Orange Free State 
March to May 1900; in Orange River Colony 
May to 29 November 1900, including action at 
Ladybrand, and in Cape Colony 1900; in Orange 
River Colony 30 November 1900 to April 1901, 
and in Cape Colony April to October 1901 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
10 September 1901, Queen's medal with two 
clasps); D.S.O. 29 November 1900. 

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=Marjorie Mary, dau. 
of William Blacker 
of Castle Martin, 
CO. Kildare, by the 
Hon'^'^Mary his wife, 
dau. of Edward, 3rd 
Baron Cloncurry ; 
born at Tedworth 
Square, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 28 No- 
vember 1 884 ; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Kilcullen, co. Kil- 
dare, 2 April 1908. 



Christopher Gerard 
Goschen, born at 
24 Hyde Park 
Street, London, on 
Sunday, 15 May 
1 88 1, bapt. at Ad- 
dington ; educated 
at Eton and Balliol 
College, Oxford. 



The Rt. Hon"' Sir William Edward Goschen, G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G. ; bom at= 
Eltham, co. Kent, on Sunday, i8 July 1847, bapt. there; educated at Rugby 
and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1866; 
nominated an attache 21 July 1869, passed an examination 29 November 
1869, appointed to Madrid i August 1870, transferred to Constantinople 
30 December 1872, but did not proceed there; promoted 3rd Secretary 
I January 1873, transferred to Buenos Ayres 13 February 1873, and to 
Paris 10 February 1875; promoted 2nd Secretary at Rio de Janeiro 
I August 1877, and was transferred to the Hague 17 November 1879, but 
did not proceed there ; attached to George Joachim Goschens Special 
Embassy to Constantinople 8 May 18S0, and transferred as 2nd Secretary 
to Constantinople 24 February 1881 ; promoted Secretary of Legation 
at Pekin 14 December 1885, transferred to Copenhagen 22 June 1888, 
where he acted as Charge d'Affaires from 29 Slarch to 16 June i88g, 
and to Lisbon i December 1890, where he acted as Charge d'Affaires 
from 13 June to 26 October 1891, and from 3 to 31 January 1893; 
promoted Secretary of Embassy at Washington i September 1893, 
and acted as Charge d'Affaires there from 25 August to 8 December 1894; 
transferred to St. Petersburg 3 September 1894, and acted as Charge 
d'Affaires there 14 October 1895 to 2 April 1896; given the rank of 
Minister Plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg during absence of the 
Ambassador 18 August 1897, and acted as such 2 September 1897 to 
10 January 1898, and from 17 July to 12 August 1898; promoted 
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Belgrade i July 
1898, transferred to Copenhagen 6 April 1900 to 1905, Ambassador at 
Vienna 1905-1908, transferred to Berlin October 1908; received Jubilee 
medal 1897, and Coronation medal 1902 ; nominated K.C.ALG. 13 September 
1901 and G.C.V.O. 1905; sworn a Privy Councillor 29 May 1905. 



Harriet Holister, 
dau. of Darius 
Clarke of New 
York, U.S.A. ; 
born in New 
York ; marr. 

at Gracechurch, 
Lyons, New York 
(by the Rev. 
W. H. Williams), 
on Tuesday, 24 
November 1874. 



Edward Henry Goschen, born at= 
37 Avenue Friedland, Paris, on 
Thursday, 9 March 1876, bapt. in 
Paris ; appointed Honorary Attache 
to the Embassy at St. Petersburg 
I December 1897, and to the 
Legation at Tangier i November 
1 90 1. 



=Countess Mary Dannes-Kiold- 
Samso, dau. of His Excellency 
Count Christian Dannes-Kiold- 
Samso of Gisselfeld and of 
Brattingsborg, Samso ; marr. 
at Samso on Friday, 31 July 
1908. 



George Gerard Goschen, 
bom at 43 Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 9 April 
1887, bapt. at Flimwell, 
CO. Sussex. 



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Pearson of ^outlj Wiins 
fielli, to. Berbj). 



Arms on record in llu College of Arms. — 
Argent on a pile azure a rose of the first 
barbed and seeded proper between three 
arrows points downwards or barbed and 
flighted argent. 

Crest. — An eagle's wing sable semee-de- 
lis or pierced by an arrow embrued in bend 
point upwards and vulned proper. 

Motto. — Ne tentes aut perfice. 



Ann, dau. of= 
Francis Thorpe 
of South Wing- 
field, CO. Derby, 
by Ann his wife, 
dau. of John 
Hunt of South 
Wingfield ; born 
at South Wing- 
field 4 April, 
bapt. there 25 
May 1768; died 
at .South Wing- 
field 16 October, 
bur. there 19 
October 1805. 
I St wife. 



=l'honias Pearson of= 
South Wingfield 
(eldest son of Tho- 
mas Pearson of 
Wirksworih, after- 
wards of South 
Wingfield, both co. 
Derby, by Ellen his 
wife, dau. of Samuel 
Glazebrook of Wirks- 
worth) ; born at 
Wirksworth 8 May, 
bapt. there 27 May 
1761 ; died at South 
Wingfield 5 August, 
bur. there 9 August 

1833. Will with three 
codicils dated 20 
May 1826, proved at 
Lichfield 1 2 P'ebruary 

1834, by Francis 
Hurt, Richard Hurt 
and Peter Arkwright, 
the Exors. 



=Anne, elder dau. of 
Christopher Royston 
of Codnor Park, co. 
Derby, by Elizabeth 
Caunt his wife ; born 
at Codnor Park 9 
May, bapt. at Heanor, 
CO. Derby, 1 1 June 
1789 ; marr. at Pent- 
rich, CO. Derby, 8 May 
1810; died at the 
Vicarage, Hartington, 
CO. Derby, 21 July, 
bur. at Hartington 27 
July i860. Will with 
one codicil dated 31 
January 1852, proved 
at Derby 23 January 
1861, by Albert 
Smith, the sole Exor. 
2nd wife. 



Mary Georgiana, 
born at South 
Wingfield 4 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 
17 February 181 1 ; 
died at South 
Wingfield 6 July, 
bur. there 9 July 
1824. 



Emma, born at South Wingfield 22 June, bapt. there 28 June 1812 ; marr. 
at South Wingfield (by the Rev. Imanuel Halton) on Thursday, 29 June 
1837, to the Ven''''= Ralph Blakelock (elder son of Ralph Blakelock of 
Chapeltown, co. York, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William and Mary 
Sturdy of Red Hall, Leeds, co. York); born 11 May 1803; Fellow of 
St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1825, M.A. 1828; Rector 
of Gimiirgham, co. Norfolk, 29 March 1833 until his death. Archdeacon 
of Norfolk 1869-74; died s.p. at the Rectory, Gimingham, aged 88, on 
Tuesday, i March, bur. at Gimingham 8 March 1892. Will dated 
2 June 1882, proved at Norwich i April 1892, by Joseph Lupton 
and the Rev. Ralph Blakelock, nephew, the Exors. She died at the 
Rectory, Gimingham, aged 68, on Friday, 8 April, and was bur. at 
Gimingham 14 April 1881. 



Anne Amelia, born at South 
Wingfield 28 June, bapt. 
there 7 July 1788; died at 
South Wingfield 24 July, 
bur. there 29 July 1790. 



Thomas Pearson, born at 
South Wingfield 19 May, 
bapt. there 25 May 1792; 
died at South Wingfield 29 
October, bur. there i No- 
vember 1820. 



Ellen, born at South Wingfield 
6 August, bapt. there 1 1 August 
1793; died at South Wingfield 
26 September, bur. there 29 
September 18 10. 



Eliza, born at South Wingfield 
30 June 1795, bapt. there 
I January 1796; died at 
Matlock, CO. Derby, i January, 
bur. there 8 January 1839. 



Hannah Glazebrook, born at South 
Wingfield 15 July 1797, bapt. 
there i January 1798; marr. the 
Rev. John Manners ; born at Not- 
tingham ; of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1833, M.A. 1837; 
sometime Curate-in-Charge of St. 
James-the-Less, Bethnal Green, co. 
Middlesex; died at Claremont, 
Brockley, co. Kent, aged 86, on 
Friday, 10 March 1893. She died 
at Rhyl, co. Flint, aged 67, on 
Tuesday, 22 November, and was 
bur. at Matlock 29 November 1864. 



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John Pearson of South Wingfield, co. Derby; born at South= 
Wingfield 13 November, bapt. there 14 December 1814; 
died at South Wingfield, aged 79, on Saturday, 28 July, 
bur. there 31 July 1894. Will dated 15 July 1885, with 
codicil dated 7 July 1S94, proved (Prin. Reg., 1030, 94) 
1 October 1894, by Henry Pearson, the sole Exor. 




=Georgiana Louisa, youngest dau. 
of Charles Dashwood of Beccles, 
CO. Suffolk, by Mary Anne his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Carthew of 
Woodbridge Abbey, co. Suffolk; 
born at Beccles 19 March 18 16; 
niarr. there 4 January 1844; died 
at Derby 20 July, bur. at Rocester, 
CO. Stafford, 27 July 1852. 



Lieut. -Colonel Henry Pearson of South= 
Wingfield ; born at South Wingfield 16 
October, bapt. there 4 November 1 844 ; 
of Magdalene College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1863, B.A. 1867, 
M.A. 1870 ; J. P. for co. Derby 1897 ; 
Major and Hon. Lieut. -Colonel 3rd 
Battalion Derbyshire Regiment 1888-98. 



=Charlotte Elizabeth Catherine Amelia, dau. of 

William Spragge, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, 
Ottawa, Canada, by Martha Ann his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Molson ; marr. at the residence of her 
mother, Sherbrooke Street, Montreal (by the 
Rev. Canon John George Norton, assisted by the 
Ven'''' John Strutt Lauder, Archdeacon of 
Ottawa), on Wednesday, 20 February 1895. 



Rev. Arthur Charles Pearson,= 
born at South Wingfield 
I June, bapt. there 18 July 
1846 ; of Magdalene Col- 
lege, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1865, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872; 
Senior Chaplain H.M. Bengal 
Ecclesiastical Establishment 
1873-94, Vicar of St. 
Margaret's, llketshall, co. 
Suffolk, 1894-98, Rector 
of Ringsfield-cum-Redisham 
Parva, co. Suffolk, since 
1898. 



=Katherine Adele Madeline, 
dau. of the Rev. Frederick 
Montague Arnold, Rector 
of Ringsfield-cum-Redi- 
sham Parva, by Madeline 
his wife, dau. of Richard 
Ozanne ; born i February 
1859; marr. at Ringsfield 
(by her father) on Wed- 
nesday, 22 April 1885 ; 
died, aged 32, on Tuesday, 
27 October, bur. at Rings- 
field 31 October 1891. 



Adele Madeline, born at Dehra 
Doon, North-West Provinces, India, 
on Sunday, 12 January, bapt. there 
19 January 1890. 



Georgiana Elizabeth, born at South 
Wingfield 3 October, bapt. there 
17 November 1848 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Rangoon, British Burmah 
(by the Rt. Rev. John Holt Titcomb, 
ijishop of Rangoon, assisted by 
her brother, the Rev. Arthur 
Charles Pearson), on Saturday, 
I February 1879, to Lieut. -Colonel 
^Villianl Robertson (son of William 
Robertson, by Ann McHardy his 
wife) ; born at Eclow, co. Aberdeen, 

5 May 1835; Lieut.-Colonel (Brigade 
Surgeon) Army Medical Staff; died 
at The Abbey, Darley Dale. co. 
Derby, 3 April, bur. at Darley Dale 

6 April 1894. Will dated 24 March 
1892, proved at Derby 18 i^Liy 
1S94, by Georgiana Elizabeth 
Robertson, relict, the sole E.xecutrix. 



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Rev. Henry Pearson,= 
born at South Wing- 
field, CO. Derby, 28 
August, bapt. there 
12 October 1817 ; of 
St. Catharine's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1841, 
M.A. 1844 ; Vicar of 
Henley, co. Suffolk, 
1850 until his death ; 
died at the Vicarage, 
Henley, in his 77 th 
year, on Saturday, 
5 May, bur. at Henley 
on Thursday, 10 May 
1894. Will dated 16 
January 1890, proved 
at Ipswich 7 November 
1894, by the Rev. 
William Carter Pearson 
and Charles Richards 
Steward, two of the 
Exors. 



=Adelalde Catherine, youngest 
dau. of John Carter (for- 
merly Langham) of North- 
wold, CO. Norfolk, by Mary 
Ann his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William George Daniel- 
Tyssen of Foley House, 
CO. Kent (see Pedigree 
of Atnhersl of Hackney, 
page 6S) ; born at Fouldon, 
CO. Norfolk, 8 July, bapt. 
there 20 July 1830; marr. 
at Mundesley, co. Norfolk 
(by the Rev. Augustus 
Sutton of West Tofts, co. 
Norfolk), on Thursday, 16 
April 1857. 



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Jane Elizabeth, bom at South Wingtield 
5 March, bapt. there 16 April 1820; 
marr. at Bradbourn, co. Derby, 12 
August 1845, the Rev. Augustus 
Wirgman (son of Thomas Wirgman, 
by Sophia his wife, only child and 
heiress of John Russel); born at St. 
James' Street, London, 8 May 1809; 
of Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1833, 
M.A. 1836; Vicar of Hartington, co. 
Derby, 1855; died at the V'icarage, 
Hartington, aged 65, on Tuesday, 22 
r^ecember, bur. at Hartington 29 De- 
cember 1874. Will dated 17 January 
1873, proved at Derby 21 January 1875, 
by Jane Elizabeth Wirgman, relict, and 
Edward Francis Wirgman, son, both of 
Hartington, the Exors. She died at 25 
Hartington Street, Derby, on Saturday, 
27 February, and was bur. at Hartington 
4 March 1886. Will dated 27 June 
1882, proved at Derby 5 April 1886, 
by Edward Francis Wirgman of 34 
Clifton Park, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
son, and Emma Georgiana Wirgman of 
25 Hartington Street, Derby, daughter, 
the Exors. =j= 

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Rev. William Carter Pearson, 
born at Mundesley on Friday, 
II February, bapt. at Henley 
24 April 1859; of Clare 
College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 
1878, B.A. 1881 ; Vicar of 
Henley since 1894. 



Adelaide Mary Anne, born at the Vicarage, Henley, 10 August, 
bapt. at Henley 7 October i860; marr. there (by her brother, 
the Rev. William Carter Pearson), on Wednesday, 4 July 1888, 
the Rev. Robert Copeman (eldest son of George Copeman of 
Dunham Lodge, co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth his wife, eldest 
surviving dau. of the Rev. Humphrey John Hare of Docking 
Hall, CO. Norfolk) ; born at Dunham Lodge 9 October, bapt. 
at Little Dunham 12 December 1858; of Clare College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 187S, B.A. 1SS2; 
Rector of Stoke Albany-cum-Wilbarston, co. Northampton, 
since 1893. =j= 

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Amherst Charles Hagerman Pearson, born Francis Bradshaw Pearson, Isabel Emma, born at 
at the Vicarage, Henlej', 15 March, bapt. born at the Vicarage, the Vicarage, Henley, 
at Henley 13 July 1862; entered the Henley, 16 August, bapt. 5 May, bapt. at 
Royal Navy as Cadet 15 January 1875, at Henley 16 November Henley 17 September 
Midshipman 22 June 1877, Sub-Lieutenant 1863. 1865. 

22 September 18S1, Lieutenant 31 De- 
cember 1884, Commander 15 March 1907, 
retired. 



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/'f^t/uo'^n- ^bai/e^..Jea 



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I^obenlicn. 



Robert Hovenden (youngest son of Thomas=j=Lydia, widow of 

Hovenden of Borden, co. Kent, by Sarah his WiUiam Davis. 

wife); bapt. at Borden 14 December 1760; of the 

Hon''''^ East India Company; died, aged 76, 17 

January 1837. He marr. istly, at St. Leonard's, 

Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 28 January 1794, Sarah 

Hyder, who died s.p. 



She was bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, 
London, 2 July 
1816. 2nd wife. 



Robert Hovenden of Clifton Lodge,= 
Selhurst Road, South Norwood, co. 
Surrey, formerly of St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, co. Middlesex; born 21 
May 1803; died at Clifton Lodge, 
Selhurst Road, in his 69th year, on 
Sunday, 7 April 1872, bur. in Abney 
Park Cemetery, co. Middlesex. Will 
dated 24 February 1869, proved (Prin. 
K-eg., 314, 72) 16 May 1872, by 
Robert Hovenden of 8 Gower Street, 
Kloomsbury, co. Middlesex, son, one 
of the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of Andrew 
Churcher, by Sarah his 
wife; born at 22 King 
Street, Regent Street, 
London ; marr. at St. 
John's, Hoxton, co. 
Middlesex, 16 May 1828; 
died at Clifton Lodge, 
Selhurst Road, South 
Norwood, aged 63, on 
Saturday, 2 January, bur. 
in Abney Park, Cemetery 
9 January i86g. 



Mary, born i February 
1808; marr. at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
10 April 1831, Giles 
Barr, who died s.p. 13 
April 1869, and was bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. She died at 1 1 
Queen Street, Brompton, 
15 August, and was bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery 
19 August 1876. 



Robert Hovenden of Heathcote, Park Hill= 
Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, and of 
Hockeredge, \\'estgate-on-Sea, co. Kent, 
F.S.A. ; born at i Clifton Street, Shore- 
ditch, 9 May 1830, bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, 27 November 1836 ; Fellow 
and late Treasurer of the Royal Historical 
Society, &c. 



=Margaret, 2nd dau. of George 
Heath, by Margaret Story 
his wife; born 26 June, bapt. 
at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 
London, 24 July 1831 ; marr. 
at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate 
(by the Rev. Frederick Charles 
Finch), on Tuesday, 26 June 
1855- 



Henry Hovenden, 
born 2 January 
1832 ; died 14 
April 1S33. 



Robert George Hoven- 
den, born at 22 King 
Street, Westminster, 
on Friday, 6 Tune 
1856. _ 

William Hovenden, 
born at 5 Great 
Marlborough Street, 
Westminster, 14 July 
1857 ; died at 26 
Keppel Street, Blooms- 
bury, London, aged 
8 years and 7 months, 
on Tuesday, 27 Feb- 
ruary 1866, bur. in 
Abney Park Cemetery. 



Margaret, born at 5 Great Marlborough Street, Westminster, on 
Friday, 16 December 1859; marr. at St. Matthew's, Croydon 
(by the Rev. Joseph Henry Smith, assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Hewitson Nash), on Wednesday, 4 July 1888, George Hook 
Rodman of Sheen Gate House, East Sheen, co. Surrey (only 
surviving son of George Hook Rodman of 112 Brigstock Road, 
Thornton Heath, co. Surrey, by Mary Ann his wife, dau. of Samuel 
Smith); born at Chelsea 19 January 1862; educated at Guy's 
Hospital and at Durham University, ^LB. (Honours) 1883, ^LD. 
1886, M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 1883, Exhibitioner 1883; Member 
of Council Rontgen Society, House Surgeon Radclifife Infirmar)-, 
Oxford, Resident Obstetric and House Surgeon Guy's Hospital, 
formerly President of the Thames Valley Branch of the British 
Medical Association ; Contributor " On the Treatment of Cancerous 
Stricture of the (Esophagus by means of Intubation," 1889, &c., 
and Author of " Internal Structure of Molluscal Shells," illustrated 
by radiography, exhibited at the Royal Society, Burlington House, 
and of various Articles dealing with the application of the X Rays 
in Surgical Cases. =j= 

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Thomas Henry Hovenden of Arbor End, 153= 
Selhurst Road, South Norwood, co. Surrey ; born 
at 57 Crown Street, Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 
on Monday, 4 November 1833, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Shoreditch, 27 November 1836; died 
at Arbor End, South Norwood, on Friday, 5 June, 
cremated at Woking, co. Surrey, 9 June, the 
ashes being interred in Abney Park Cemetery, 
London, 23 July 1891. Will dated 26 January 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 620, 91) 24 June 1891, 
by Martha Hovenden of Arbor End, relict, and 
Henry Edward Hovenden and Ernest Churcher 
Hovenden, sons, and Albert Hovenden, brother, 
the Exors. 



=Martha, eldest dau. of 
Edward William Lilley, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of George Holmes ; 
born at Gloucester 
Street, Shoreditch, 16 
June 1835 ; marr. at 
the Unitarian Chapel, 
Newington Green, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. 
Dr. Cromw-ell), on 
Wednesday, 20 January 
1858. 



Sarah, born at 
57 Crown Street, 
Shoreditch, co. 
Middlesex, 14 Sep- 
tember 1 835, bapt. 
at St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, 27 
November 1836 ; 
died 20 July 1837. 



Henry Edward Hovenden of Silverbirch, Inglemere=j=Rose Mary, youngest dau. of Isaac 
~ " ~ "" '" James Grugeon of Winchmore Hill, co. 

Middlesex, by Frances his wife, dau. of 
Alexander Ford ; born at Winchmore Hill 
on Friday, 12 October i860, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Winchmore Hill ; marr. at the 
parish church, Hornsey, co. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. William Joseph Thompson), 
on Tuesday, 12 August 1884. 



Road, Forest Hill, co. Kent ; born at West 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 8 November 1858. 



Maurice Hovenden, born at 
37 Lothair Road, Finsbury 
Park, CO. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 20 January 1887, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Stroud 
Green, co. Middlesex. 



Elsie Rose, born at Abbey Villa, Sunderland Road, Forest 
Hill, on Friday, 7 November 1890, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Forest Hill, 4 January 1891 ; died at Abbey Villa, Sunderland 
Road, aged 2 months, on Saturday, 10 January, bur. at West 
Norwood 14 January 1891. 



Ellen Heath (Nellie), born at 5 Great Marlborough Street, Westminster, 
on Monday, 26 August 1861, bapt. at St. Anne's, London; marr. at 
St. James', Westgate-on-Sea, co. Kent (by the Rev. Mark Mortimer 
Cassidy), on Saturday, 19 October 1907, to John James Hanks of 
Eton House, Westbrook, iVIargate, co. Kent (eldest son of John James 
Hanks of Beckenham, co. Kent, by Mary his wife, dau. of Charles and 
Emily Horsfall of Ravensthorpe, co. York) ; born at Boulogne-sur-Mer, 
France, on Monday, 19 August 1872; educated at the Charterhouse 
and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 23 August 1892, Lieutenant 23 August 
1895, Captain i April 1900, retired 4 September 1906. 



Frank Hovenden, 

born at Wyndham 
House, High Road, 
Cricklewood, co. 
Middlesex, 14 April 
1863. 



16S 



Frederick Hovenden of Glenlea, 109 Thurlo\v= 
Park Road, West Dulwich, co. Surrey ; 
born at 57 Crown Street, Shoreditch, co. 
Middlesex, 28 February 1838 ; F.R. Hist. S., 
F.L.S., F.G.S., F.R.M.S. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Edward William Lilley, by 
Mary Holmes his wife ; bom at Gloucester 
Street, Shoreditch, 12 July 1842; marr. at the 
Unitarian Chapel, Effra Road, Brixton, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. Thomas L. Marshall), on 
Saturday, 10 February 1866. 



Harold Frederick Emily Ida, born at 22 Angell Road, 

Hovenden, born Brixton, on Tuesday, 10 August 1869; 

at 22 Angell Park, marr. at South Place Chapel, Finsbury, 

Brixton, on Satur- co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 23 March 

day, 4 May 1S67. 1899, to Charles Gaston Chatelain of La 

Reussille, Malay Avenue, West Norwood, 

CO. Surrey (2nd son of Charles Victor 

Chatelain of La Reussille, Tramelan, 

Switzerland, by Therese Lecoq his wife, 

of St. Omer, France) ; born at 4 Arthur 

Road, MostjT) Road, Brixton, 13 January 

1874, bapt. at the Swiss Church, Endel 

Street, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex. She 

died at Glenlea, Swanage, co. Dorset, 

15 August, and was bur. in Norwood 

Cemetery 19 August 1908. 

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Alice Bertha, born at 63 Angell 
Road, Brixton, on Monday, 
28 August 187 1 ; marr. at 
All Saints', West Dulwich, on 
Saturday, 27 January 1900, 
Victor Albert Joseph Stevenson 
of Lansdown, Palace Road, 
Tulse Hill, CO. Surrey (younger 
son of Henry Richard 
Stevenson of Croxted Road, 
West Dulwich, by Mary Ann 
Elizabeth \'aughan his wife) ; 
born at Croxted Road, West 
Dulwich, 22 May 1871. 



Agnes Mary, bom at Islington, co. Middlesex, 15 August i860; marr. 
at the Registry Office, Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 3 June 1885, 
John Harold Carson of 7 Wolfington Road, West Norwood, co. 
Surrey (son of John Carson) ; born in Liverpool. 

I 



Frederick Hovenden, 
born at Islington 24 
May 1862. 



Charles Hovenden of= 
Ashdale, Perry Vale, 
Forest Hill, co. Kent : 
bom at 26 Keppel 
Street, Russell Square, 
London, 29 May 1864, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Old Street, London, 
7 Februar)' 1903. 



=Mary Louisa Adelaide, 2nd dau. of Edward Smith of 
Chesterfield, Christ Church Road, Tulse Hill, by 
Emma Cecilia his wife, dau. of Richard Martin ; 
born at Hartland Villa, Carson Road, West Dulwich, 
on Thursday, 17 June 1880, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
West Norwood : marr. at All Saints', West Dulwich 
(by the Rev. James Beeby), on Wednesday, 24 
June 1903. 



Annie Sarah, 
born at 26 
Keppel Street, 
Russell Square, 
London, on 
Saturday, 1 9 
Dec. 1868. 



Phyllis Mary, born at Ashdale, Perry Vale, 
Forest Hill, on Friday, 13 May, bapt. at 
All Saints', West Dulwich, 21 June 1904. 



Kenrick Charles Hovenden, bom at Ashdale, 
Perry Vale, Forest Hill, on Friday, 18 May, 
bapt. at All Saints', West Dulwich, 10 July 1906. 



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Albert Hovenden of Oaklands, Haling Park Road,=j=Eninia, 4th dau. of Joseph Adams of 



Croydon, co. Surrey; born at 57 Crown Street, 
Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 21 No- 
vember 1840. 




VVellesley Road, Croydon, by Mary Ann 
his wife, dau. of Richard Hedley; born 
at New House, Narrow Street, Lime- 
house, CO. Middlesex, 8 June 1842 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Croydon (by the 
Rev. John George Hodgson, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 24 March 1868. 



Albert Hovenden, born at 2 Hyde 
Park Villas, St. James' Road, Wands- 
worth Common, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 5 June 1873; educated 
at The Limes, Croydon. 



Sydney Churcher Hovenden, born 
at Clifton Lodge, Selhurst Road, 
South Norwood, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 24 October 1875; educated 
at King's College School, Wimble- 
don Common, co. Surrey. 



Alice Maude, born 
at Clifton Lodge, 
Selhurst Road, 

South Norwood, on 
Thursday, 5 July 
1877. 



Ethel Lilley, born at 63 Angell Road, Brixton, co. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 26 October 1873, bapt. at 78 St. Julian's Farm Road, 
West Norwood, 3 December 1904; marr. at St. Cuthbert's, 
West Norwood, 7 July 1903, Frederick Steell Robertson of 70 
Leigham Vale, Tulse Hill, West Norwood (4th son of William 
Borwick Robertson of St. Anne's, Thurlow Park Road, West 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, M.D., by Anne his wife, dau. of William 
Iverach of Wideford, Orkney) ; born at 28 Park Road, West 
Dulwich, on Wednesday, 19 January 1876, bapt. at the 
Presbyterian Church, Forest Hill, co. Kent ; educated at 
Dulwich College and King's College, London. 



Gertrude Mary, born at 
Glenlea, Thurlow Park 
Road, West Dulwich, on 
Friday, 31 December 1875. 



Edward William Hovenden, 
born at Glenlea, Thurlow 
Park Road, West Dulwich, 
on Thursday, 24 January 
1878. 



Ernest Churcher 
Hovenden, born 
at Barnet, co. 
Hertford, 27 

August 1864. 



Florence Lilley, born at Brixton 6 August 1866; marr. at St. Mark's, South 
Norwood (by the Rev. Robert Patterson, Vicar of Selhurst, co. Surrey), on 
Saturday, 27 February 1892, to Francis Henry Lambert of West House, 
Penarth, co. Glamorgan (eldest son of Thomas Henry Lambert of 
The Box, Upper Clapton, co. Middlesex) ; born at 2 1 Sandringham Road, 
Dalston, co. Middlesex, 2 September 1866 ; J.P. for the city of Cardiff. 



Charles William Hovendcn of ChesttT House, = 
Mount Ephraim Road, Streatham Hill, co. 
Surrey ; born at 57 Crown Street, Shoreditch, 
CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 4 February 1851. 



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=Mary Louisa, eldest dau. of Thomas Charters 
White, M.R.C.S. Eng., by Louisa Hetty his 
wife, dau. of James Jones ; bom at 32 Belgrave 
Road, London, 12 April 1861; marr. at St. 
Luke's, Old Street, London, on Saturday, 
6 February, 1886. 



Florence Mary, bom at 34 Leigham Court Road, Streatham Hill, on Sunday, 24 April 1887, 
bapt. at St. Saviours', Heme Hill Road, co. Surrey ; marr. at St. Leonard's, Streatham, on 
Tuesday, 27 August 1907, William Bowyer Goodchild (3rd son of Thomas Goodchild of 
The Hall, Great Yeldham, co. Essex, J. P. and County Alderman for co. Essex, by Maria 
Anne his wife, dau. of William Bowyer of Clare, co. Suffolk) ; born at Hill House, Great 
Yeldham, i February 1880. 



Kathleen Louise, born at Clifton Lodge, 
Selhurst Road, South Norwood, co. Surrey, 
on Friday, 9 May 1879. 



May Constance, born at Oaklands, Haling 
Park Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
20 January 1882. 



Alfred Alleyne Hovendcn, born at Glenlea, Thurlow 
Park Road, West Dulwich, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
12 March 1880. 



Eva Madeline, born at Glenlea, Thurlow 
Park Road, West Dulwich, 15 July 
1884. 



Mabel Beatrice, born at Glenlea, Thurlow Park Jack Reginald Hovenden, born at 
Road, West Dulwich, on Saturday, 24 September Glenlea, Thurlow Park Road, West 
1881. Dulwich, 18 June 1886. 



Arthur Cecil Hovenden (twin with Gerald Stanley)= 
of Compton Lodge, Upper Richmond Road, co. 
Surrey; born at Brixton at 9.10 a.m. 27 August 
1869; educated at Guy's Hospital, M.B., B.S. 
Lond. (Honours in Med.) 1S94, ^LR.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1893, formerly Clinical Assistant 
at the Hospital for Children, Great Ormond Street, 
London. 



'Madeline Bessie, younger dau. of William 
Phillips of Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset, 
by Sarah Ann his wife, dau. of Sidney 
Archer ; born at Brighton House, Merton 
Road, Croydon, 31 May 1872 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, South Norwood, on Monday, 
I June 1896. 



I 
Audrey Madeline, born at Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey, 23 May, died there 
4 July, bur. in the cemetery at 
Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 
8 July 1897. 



Arthur Lester Hovenden, 
born at Surbiton 15 May, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Kingston-on-Thames, in 
August 189S. 



Elvira Julia Mamie, born at 
Mortlake, co. Surrey, 21 
October 1901, bapt. at 
Christ Church, East Sheen, 
CO. Surrey, 19 February 1902. 



Dorothy Frances, born at 34 Leigham 
Court Road West, Streatham Hill, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 5 July 1888 ; 
died there, aged i year and 8 months, 
on Sunday, 16 March, bur. in Nor- 
wood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 21 March 
i8go. 



Charlotte Hetty, born at 
34 Leigham Court Road 
West, Streatham Hill, on 
Wednesday, 18 December 
1889, bapt. at St. Saviours', 
Heme Hill Road, co. 
Surrey. 



Catherine Amy, born at 
34 Leigham Court Road 
West, Streatham Hill, on 
Friday, 25 May 1894, 
bapt. at St. James'-the- 
Less, Westminster. 



Hedley Percy Hovenden, born at Oaklands, Haling Park 
Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, on Monday, 11 February 1884; 
educated at King's College School, Wimbledon Common, 
CO. Surrey. 



Ada Mary, born at Oaklands, 
Haling Park Road, Croydon 
on Sunday, 14 March 1886. 



Gerald Stanley Hovenden (twin with Arthur Cecil) of= 
Kitson Lodge, Church Road, Barnes, co. Surrey ; born 
at Brixton, co. Surrey, at 11.20 a.m. 27 August 1869; 
educated at Guy's Hospital; M.B., B.S., 1894, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1894, M.D. Lond. 1S96; Member 
British Medical Association, formerly Clinical Assistant 
at the Hospital for Children, Great Ormond Street, 
London. 



=Frances Edith Sarah, elder dau. of 
William Phillips of Shepton Mallet, 
CO. Somerset, by Sarah Ann Archer 
his wife ; born at 2 Neville Villas, 
Neville Road, Croydon, 22 April 
1870; marr. at Holy Trinity, South 
Norwood, on Saturday, 12 Sep- 
tember 1896. 



Ronald Clifford Hovenden, 
born at Croydon 2 No- 
vember 1897. 



Geraldine Valerie, born at Kitson Geoffrey Thomas Hovenden, 
Lodge, Barnes, on Monday, born at Kitson Lodge, Barnes, 
7 April 1902. 25 August 1906. 



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172 




^hptx of Saffron Mlaltien, to. 
€s0ef , ant) of jSottingfjam. 



Ann Edwards,' 
marr. by licence 
at Saffron Wal- 
den, CO. Essex 
(by the Rev. 
Robert Can- 
ton), 3 No- 
vember 1788; 
died, aged 29, 
1 1 September 
1795, bur. in 
the Abbey 
Lane Indepen- 
dent Burial 
Ground, Saff- 
ron \Valden. 
M.I. ist wife. 



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Arms on record in the College oj Arms. — 
Argent a pale azure between two saffron 
flowers slipped and leaved proper. 

Crest. — A cubit arm coiiped grasping in 
the hand three saffron flowers in bend 
leaved and slipped all proper. 

Motto. — Spes mea in Deo. 



O^^'Vpn 3at/Ajqyy^ 



oseph Player of High Street,= 
Saffron ^Valden (son of 
Stephen Player of Saffron 
Walden, who died 26 January 
1S03, and was bur. in 
the General Baptist Uurial 
Ground, Saffron Walden. 
Aletnorial Ring in the posses- 
sion of ll'iliiam Goodacre 
Player., his great-gra?idsoti) ; 
died, aged 73, 20 November, 
bur. in the Abbey Lane 
Independent Burial Ground, 
Saffron Walden, 2 7 November 
1837. M.I. Will dated 5 July 
1837, with codicil dated 15 
November 1837, proved in 
the Commissary Court of 
London for Essex and Herts 
(5i4.Z?wa'«) 3 April 1838, by 
John Dane Player, son, and 
Thomas Clarke, the Exors. 



Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of Henry 
WalbyofKeed, 
afterwards of 
Barley, both 
CO. Hertford, 
by Catherine 
Dane his wife; 
died, aged 55, 
8 December, 
bur. in the 
Abbey Lane 
Independent 
Burial Ground, 
SaffronAN'alden 
1 5 December 
1823. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



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Joseph Player, born 31 
August 1789, bapt. at 
the Abbey Lane Inde- 
pendent Chapel, Saffron 
Walden, 13 May 1810; 
died unmarried at 
Saffron Walden, aged 74, 
6 June 1864. 



William Player of 
Saffron ^Valden ; 
died unmarried at 
South Weald, co. 
Essex, aged 72, 
4 November 1865. 



Ezra Edwards Player of Gold Street, Saffron 
Walden ; marr. Sarah Boltwood, who was bapt. 
at the Abbey Lane Independent Chapel, Saffron 
Walden, 3 August 1820. He died at Gold 
Street, aged 48, 8 November 1S41. W'ill dated 
5 November 1841, proved in the Commissary 
Court of London for Essex and Herts (98 
rhilbrick) 29 January 1842, by Sarah Player, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



Ezra Edwards Player, 
born 28 March 1819, 
bapt. at the Abbey 
Lane Independent 
Chapel, Saffron Wal- 
den, 26 March 1820. 



Sarah, born 23 May, 
bapt. at the Abbey 
Lane Independent 
Chapel, Saffron 

Walden, 26 August 
1821. 



Thomas Boltwood 
Player, born 1 7 July, 
bapt. at the Abbey 
Lane Independent 
Chapel, Saffron 
Walden, 14 Sep- 
tember 182-5. 



Alfred Eldad Player, born 13 
February 1828, bapt. at the 
Abbey Lane Independent Chapel, 
Saffron Walden, 25 August 1833; 
emigrated to Australia, married, 
and had issue three sons and two 
daughters. 



Susannah, born 28 October 
1829, bapt. at the Abbey 
Lane Independent Chapel, 
Saffron Walden, 25 August 
1833- 



Caroline, born 17 January, died, aged 
3 months, bur. in the Abbey Lane 
Independent Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 17 April 1832. 



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Elizabeth, born 17 January 
1S32, bapt. at the Abbey Lane 
Independent Chapel, Saffron 
Walden, 25 August 1833. 



Elizabeth, born 26 
February 1798, bapt. 
at the Abbey Lane 
Meeting House, 
Saffron Walden, co. 
Essex, 31 March 
181 1 ; died un- 
married, aged 1 8, 
1 7 November, bur. 
in the Abbey Lane 
Independent Burial 
Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 22 Novem- 
ber 1816. M.L 
Memorial Ring in 
tlie possession of 
Mrs. Houghton, her 
niece. 



Ann, born 9 May 
1799, bapt. at 
the Abbey Lane 
Meeting House, 
Saffron Walden, 31 
March 181 1 ; died 
unmarried, bur. at 
Bocking, co. Essex. 



John Dane Player of Saffron= 
Walden; born 7 December 1800, 
bapt. at the Abbey Lane Meeting 
House, Saffron Walden, 31 
March 181 1 ; articled to Thomas 
Probert of Saffron Walden 10 
February 1829, admitted Attorney 
in the King's Bench 6 May, 
sworn and enrolled 12 May 
1834; Founder and Minister of 
the Particular Baptist Chapel, 
Saffron Walden ; died at Little 
Church Street, Saffron Walden, 
aged 49, 7 April 1850, bur. in 
the Particular Baptist Burial 
Ground, Saffron Walden. M.L 
Will dated 31 October 1834, 
proved in the Arch: Court of 
Colchester (162 Russell) 23 May 
1850, by Sophia Player, relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



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=Sophia, dau. of 
Samuel Clare ; 
born at 7 Buckles- 
bury, London, 24 
September 1802; 
marr. by licence 
at St. Pancras 
New Church, 
Euston Road, 
London (by the 
Rev. E. P. Han- 
nam. Curate), 12 
May 1834; died 
at Baker Street, 
Enfield, co. Mid- 
dlesex, aged 90, 
24 March, bur. 
at Chingford, co. 
Essex, 29 March 
1893. 



Samuel Player, born at 
Saffron Walden 1 2 April, 
registered at the London 
Road Baptist Chapel, 
Saffron Walden, 22 May 
1835 ; lost at sea in the 
wreck of the " Ultonia " 
bound for Australia, 
which left Gravesend in 
November 1858, and has 
not since been heard of 



Sophia, born at Saffron Walden 
24 August, and registered at the 
London Road Baptist Chapel, 
Saffron Walden, 31 August 
1836; marr. at the parish church, 
Haggerston, co. Middlesex (by 
the Rev. Edward Williams), 30 
September i860, George James 
Child of 88 Nichols Square, 
Haggerston (son of James Child); 
died at 73 Bromley Street, Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 July 1902, bur. 
in Manor Park Cemetery, co. 
Essex. 



Elizabeth, born at Saffron Walden 
12 February 1838; marr. at the 
parish church, Northfleet, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. Frederic 
Southgate, the Vicar), 12 July 
1859, to William Maton Kingdon 
of Northfleet, son of William 
Kingdon. She died at 8 Houns- 
field Road, Nether Hallam, co. 
York, aged 56, 29 October 1894, 
and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Fullvvood. 



John Ashley Player, born 
at 48 Forest Road West, 
Nottingham, 16 July, 
bapt. at St. Andrews', 
Nottingham, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1895. 



William Frederick Player, 
born at 48 Forest Road 
West, Nottingham, 23 
May, bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Nottingham, 1 8 
July 1896. 

174 



Kathleen Mary, born 
at Lenton Hurst, 
Nottingham, 28 April, 
bapt. at Lenton, co. 
Nottingham, 8 July 
1898. 



Violet Mabel, born 
at Lenton Hurst, 
Nottingham 26 
January, bapt. at 
Lenton 1 8 April 
1900. 



Sarah, born 26 December 1802, bapt. at the Abbey Lane 
Meeting House, Saffron Walden, co. Essex, 31 March 
181 1 ; died, aged 9, 13 May, bur. in the Abbey Lane 
Independent Burial Ground, SafTron Walden, on Sunday, 
17 May 1812. M.L 



Athaiah Eber, bom 3 January 
1806, bapt. at the Abbey Lane 
Meeting House, Saffron Walden, 
3 1 March 1 8 1 1 . 



James Edmund PIayer= 
of Saffron Walden, co. 
Essex ; born 14 Au- 
gust 1807, bapt. at the 
Abbey Lane Meeting 
House, Saffron Walden, 
31 March 181 1. 



= Amelia, dau. of 
John Chapman ; 
marr. at Eden 
Chapel, Cam- 
bridge (by the 
Rev. Thomas 
Poock), 18 Jan- 
uary 1 84 1. 



Alfred Eldad Player, born 
13 December 1810, 
bapt. at the Abbey Lane 
Meeting House, Saffron 
Walden, 31 March 181 1 ; 
died, aged 17, i January 
1828, bur. in the Abbey 
Lane Burial Ground, 
Saffron Walden. M.L 



Caroline, born 24 March 
1814, bapt. at the 
Abbey Lane Meeting 
House, Saffron \\'aliicn, 
12 February 1817; died 
unmarried at Bradford 
Street, Bocking, co. 
Essex, aged 46, 17 
September i860. 



John Player of Nottingham ; bom at Saffron Walden= 
II July 1839; died at 4 Branksome Terrace, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 45, 9 December, bur. 
in the General Cemetery, Nottingham, 1 2 December 
1884. Will dated 12 November 1884, with codicil 
dated 14 November 1884, proved at Nottingham 
26 February 1885, by Ann Player, relict, John 
Wallis, Harry Edward Thornton and Joseph Bright, 
the Exors. 




=Ann, dau. of William Goodacre, by 
Elizabeth Morris his wife ; marr. by 
licence at St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, co. 
Middlesex (by the Rev. Thomas Simpson 
Evans), 16 August 1862. She marr. 
istly, as his 2nd wife, Thomas \\'hiteley 
of Lettowitz in the Empire of Austria, 
formerly of Stapleford, co. Nottingham. 
He died at Lettowitz 30 June 1856. 
AdiSon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 24 March 1858. She died at 
I Vickers Street, Nottingham, aged 74, 
25 October, and was bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Nottingham, 28 October 1901. 



John Dane Player= 
of Fernleigh, Alex- 
andra Park, Not- 
tingham ; born at 
Beastniarket Hill, 
Nottingham, 29 No- 
vember 1864 ; bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Nottingham, 23 
August 1906 ; J. P. 
for Nottingham. 



=Margaret Jenny, 
dau. of Tiiomas 
Page of 4 Claren- 
don Street, Not- 
tingham, by Mary 
Voce his wife; born 
at Nottingham 18 
May 1865 ; marr. 
at St. Matthew's, 
■Nottingham (by the 
Rev. Thomas Boys 
Barraclough Ferris), 
30 April 1889. 



William Goodacre=f=Mabel, dau. of Frederick 



Player of Lenton 
Hurst, Nottingham ; 
born at Beast- 
market Hill, Not- 
tingham, 23 January 
1866, bapt. at Len- 
ton, CO. Nottingham, 
5 April 1900; J. P. 
for Nottingham. 



Goddard of Castle Grove, 
The Park, Nottingham, by 
Clara Massey his wife ; born 
at Nottingham 27 July 1869 : 
marr. by licence at All 
Saints', Nottingham (by the 
Rev. Hubert Arnold Gem, the 
Vicar), 26 April 1894. 




Edith Margaret, born at Lenton 
Hurst, Nottingham, 24 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Lenton 9 
December 1902. 



John Dane Player, born at 
Lenton Hurst, Nottingham, 
2 September, bapt. at 
Lenton 10 November 1903. 



Vera Catherine Dane, born 
at Lenton Hurst, Nottingham, 
13 November 1907, bapt. 
at Lenton 18 January 1908. 



17s 



Ann, dau. of Richard= 
Kear of Elder Walk, 
Essex Road, Islington, 
CO. Middlesex ; born at 
Elder Walk, Essex 
Road; marr. at the 
parish church, Islington 
(by the Rev. W.J. Chap- 
man), 18 May iS'63; died 
at I Weymouth Terrace, 
Haggerston, co. Middle- 
sex, aged 23, 14 Au- 
gust, bur. in Islington 
Cemetery, Finchley, co. 
Middlesex, 18 August 
1865. ist wife. 



=Joseph Player of= 
26 Queen Eliza- 
bethWalk, Stoke 
Newington, co. 
Middlesexjborn 
at King Street, 
Saffron Walden, 
28 April 1841. 



=Emma, dau. of William 
Chappell of 9 Bunhill 
Row, Finsbury, co. 
Middlesex ; born at 56 
Princes Street, Soho, 
London, 7 September 
1834; marr. at the Hox- 
ton Academy Chapel (by 
the Rev. Matthew Smith) 
1 7 July 1 866. 2nd wife. 




Maria, born at K-ing 
Street, Saffron Walden ; 
marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham (by the Rev. 
George T. Valentine), 
17 September 1867, to 
Henry William Houghton 
of 33 Radcliffe Road, 
Winchmore Hill, co. 
Middlesex, formerly of 
Goosegale, Nottingham, 
son of John Houghton 
of Little Hallingbury, 
CO. Essex, by Susanna 
Chopping his wife. 



Albert Joseph Player, born at 
II Whittam's Buildings (now 
237 Old Street), London, 
II August 1869; died at 26 
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Stoke 
Newington, aged 22, 8 De- 
cember, bur. at Chingford, co. 
Essex, 12 December 1891. 



Emma Jessie, born Ethel, born at 4 Mayville Street, 

at 237 Old Street, Islington, 19 December 1872 ; marr. at 

London, 14 July St. Augustine's, Highbury, co. Middlesex 

1 87 1. (by the Rev. Robert Catterall, the 

Vicar), 6 April 1904, to George Uttley 

of Mountfield Road, Finchley, son of 

James Uttley of Bradford, co. York, by 

Emma Farrar his wife. 



Ernest Player of 73 01d=f= Agatha, dau. of Henry Charles Hall of 31 St. Andrew's Road, Stoke 



Park Road, Palmer's 
Green, co. Middlesex ; 
born at 51 Ferntower 
Road, Islington, 6 May 
1876. 



Newington, by Mary Augusta his wife, dau. of Richard Lockwood 
Harper ; born at Digby Road, Stoke Newington, 1 7 September 
1872, bapt. at Christ Church, Salford, co. Lancaster; marr. at 
St. Augustine's, Highbury (by the Rev. Robert Catterall, the Vicar) 
13 June 1903. 



Mabel Agatha, born at 4 Queen 
Elizabeth Walk, Stoke Newington, 
9 May, bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Highbury, 19 June 1904. 



Ernest John Player, born at 48 York 
Road, New Southgate, co. Middlesex, 
15 April, bapt. at St. Augustine's, 
Highbury, 16 June 1907. 



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M^ixx^p of dtdjfielt! 
abfaep, CO. Hants. 



Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 1st grand 
quarter, Azure three mullets argent within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory or, Murray; 2nd grand 
quarter, Gules three legs in armour proper garnished 
and spurred or conjoined in triangle at the upper part 
of the thigh, Isi.E OF Man ; 3rd grand quarter, 
quarterly : Jst and 4th, Argent on a bend azure three 
bucks' heads cabossed or, Stanley; 2nd and 3rd, 
Gules two lions passant in pale argent. Strange ; 
4th grand c|uarter, quarterly : ist and 4th, Paly of six 
or and sable, Atholl (ancient) ; 2nd and 3rd, Or 
a fesse chequy azure and argent, Stewart. 

Crest. — A demi-savage proper holding in his right 
hand a dagger proper pomel and hilt or and in his 
left hand a key of the last. 

Motto. — Nil temere. 



Lord William Murray (3rd son of= 
John, 3rd Duke of Atholl, K.T., by 
Charlotte, Baroness Strange, his wife, 
younger dau. and only surviving 
child and heir of James, 2nd Duke 
of -Vtholl, K.T., and elder brother 
of Ijord Charles Murray-Aynsley, see 
Pedigree 0/ Murray-Aynsley, Vol. 7, 
page j6) ; born at Dunkeld, co. 
Perth, bapt. there 20 March 1762; 
Lieutenant 42nd Foot October 1777, 
Captain 77th (Atholl Highlanders) 
1779, in command of the 73rd High- 
landers in India December 1784; 
died "1796. Dec. 31. At his 
apartments in Newgate, the Right 
Hon. Lord William Murray, 2d 
brother of his Grace the Duke of 
Athol. He was removed, nearly 
three years since, from the King's 
Bench to Newgate, for aiding in the 
riotous attempts to blow up the walls 
of the former prison." {Gent.' s Mag., 
Vol. LXVI., part it., page IllS), 
bur. in St. George's Cemetery, 
Tyburn, co. Middlesex. 



=Mary Anne, eldest 
dau. and coheir of 
James Hodges of 
Masulipatam, Ma- 
dras, India, by Ann 
his wife ; born in 
1772 ; marr. by 
special licence at 
Caversfield, CO. 0.x- 
ford, 1 5 June 1789; 
died at Chertsey, 
CO. Surrey, 29 May 
1827, bur. in St. 
George's Ceme- 
tery, Tyburn. Will 
dated 2 1 August 
1824, with two 
codicils dated 2 1 
November 1824 
and 31 July 1825, 
proved (P.C.C. 
656 Ncber) 19 
November 1827, 
by James Arthur 
Murray, son, the 
Exor. 



Harriet, youngest= 
dau. of William 
Coupland of the 
parish of St. 
Mary's, Shrews- 
bury ; marr. 1 3 
December 1821 ; 
died suddenly at 
Carshalton, co. 
Surrey, aged 32, 
on Wednesday, 
29 July 1829. 
ist wife. 



I 
=Vice-AdniiraI James Arthur Murray, = 
born 10 March 1790; entered the 
Royal Navy as ist-class Volunteer 
in "La Chiffonne," 27 June 1803, 
promoted Lieutenant 25 Septem- 
ber 1809, Captain 15 November 
1 816, Rear- Admiral 16 June 1851, 
Vice-Admiral 30 July 1857 ; 
died at 9 Eldon Square, Reading, 
CO. Berks, in his 70th year, on 
Tuesday, 6 March i860. Admon 
was granted at Oxford 6 July 
1S60, to Julia Murray of Reading, 
relict. 



=j=Julia, youngest dau. of John Delm^ of Cams 
Hall, Fareham, co. Hants, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of George Charles Gamier of Wickham 
Corner, co. Hants ; born at Cams Hall, Fare- 
ham, 27 November 1808, bapt. at Fareham; 
marr. at Titchfield, co. Hants (by the Rev. 
Thcmas Gamier, Prebendary of Winchester), on 
Thursday, 3 May 1838; died at St. Margaret's, 
Sandown, Isle of Wight, on Tuesday, 31 Decem- 
ber 1878, bur. at Sandown. Adtiion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 21 January 1S79, to 
George Delme Murray of 29 St. Paul's Road, 
Camden Square, co. Middlesex, son, and one of 
the next of kin. 2nd wife. 

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Harriet Coupland, bom 26 September 1822 ; marr. at St. Giles', Reading (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Charles Powell Peters, Prebendary of Lichfield, assisted by the Rev. John Cecil Grainger, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 7 October 1852, to Harvey Winson Fellows of Riverside, Rickmansworth, co. Hertford 
(3rd son of Thomas Fellows of Moneyhill, co. Hertford) ; died at Riverside, Rickmansworth, aged So, 
on Sunday, 13 January, bur. in Rickmansworth Cemetery, after service at Rickmansworth Church, 
on Thursday, 17 January 1907. Will dated 29 March 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 31, 1907) 23 February 
1907, by Caroline Peters Fellows, daughter, and George Jaines Murray Atkins, grandson, the Exors. 
She died at Riverside, Rickmansworth, on Wednesday, 8 February 1893. Will dated 31 December 
1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 242, 93) 7 March 1893, by Caroline Peters Fellows, daughter, spinster, and 
Thomas Fish Marson, the Exors. =^ 



177 



Mary Anne, born at Dunkeld, co. Perth, 28 April 1791 ; died unmarried at 11 Sydney Terrace, 
Reading, co. Berks, in her 78th year, on Christmas Day, Friday, 25 December 1868, bur. at 
Dunkeld. Will dated 9 February 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 45, 69) 29 January 1869, by 
Harriet Coupland Fellows (wife of Harvey Winson Fellows) of Rickmansworth, co. Hertford, 
niece, the sole Executrix. 



William Atholl Murray, James Murray, born in James Murray, born at Carshalton, co. 

born at Chertsey, co. 1827, died in infancy. Surrey, 3 July 1829; Lieutenant Royal 

Surrey, 8 August, died Engineers ; killed while leading a storming 

there 21 August 1823, party in the attack on the Redan at 

bur. at Chertsey Parish A daughter, born at Sebastopol on Monday, 18 June 1855. 

Church. Lambridge House, near 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 23 

Mary Anne Catherine, August 1828 ; died 

born at Chertsey 2 2 June, young. 
died 4 August 1824. 




Julia Frances Delme, born in Victoria Henry Eliot Murray, Mary Ann, born at Reading 
Square, Reading, on Monday, i April born in 1840, died on Monday, 16 May 
1839, bapt. at St. Giles', Reading; marr. in infancy. 1842; marr. Edward Eden 

there (by the Rev. John Vesey Hamilton, ^^ Hanslow. She died at 

assisted by the Rev. T. Vincent Fosbery, Melbourne, Australia, in 

the Vicar) on Thursday, 18 December f-'^o' ^°'^^ Murray September 1891. 
1862, to Admiral Sir Richard Vesey ^orn "i 1841, died 
Hamilton of The Elms, Chalfont St. ^ miancy. ^ 

Peter, co. Buckingham, G.C.B., F.R.G.S., 
(2nd son of the Rev. John Vesey 

Hamilton, Rector of St. Mary's, Sandwich, and of Little Chart, both co. Kent, by Frances 
Agnes his wife, eldest dau. of Richard Malone of Pallas Park, Queen's County) ; 
born at St. Mary's Vicarage, Sandwich, 28 May 1829, bapt. at St. Mary's, Sandwich, 
17 February 1830; entered the Royal Navy as a ist-class Volunteer 15 July 1843, Mate 
I August 1849, Lieutenant 11 October 1851, Commander 10 August 1857, Captain 27 
January 1862, Rear-Admiral 27 September 1877, Vice-Admiral 17 February 1884, 
Admiral 18 October 1887, retired 28 May 1894; Superintendent of Pembroke 
Dockyard 1875-77, Senior Officer on the coast of Ireland April 1880 to March 1883, 
Commander-in-Chief, China, August 1885 to December 1887, Second Naval Lord of the 
Admiralty 1888-89, First Naval Lord 1889-91, President of the Royal Naval College, 
Greenwich, September 1891 to May 1894; Flag Officer's Good Service Pension 25 March 
189s; created C.B. 29 May 1875, K.C.B. 21 June 1887 (Jubilee Honour), G.C.B. 
24 May 189s; F.R.G.S. ; Author of "Naval Administration." She died at Summerlands, 
Curdridge, co. Hants, aged 58, on Friday, 4 June, and was bur. at Eltham Parish Church, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 9 June 1897. Administration was granted at the Principal Registry 
6 August 1897 to Sir Richard Vesey Hamilton. 



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I 

Margaret Amelia, born at Reading, co. Berks, on Wednesday, 
23 August 1843, bapt. at St. Giles', Reading; niarr. at 
St. John's, Dulwich, co. Surrey, 12 June 1886, as his 2nd wife, 
Martin Seal; born at Lee, co. Kent, 25 June 1834, bapt. at 
St. Margaret's, Lee. He marr. istly Sarah Elizabeth Bassett, 
who died 12 January 1876. 



William Frederick Murray, 
born at Reading on Sunday, 
5 January 1845 ; Commander 
Royal Navy; died unmarried 
at St. Margaret's, Sandown, 
Isle of Wight, 8 November 
1873, bur. at Sandown. 



Louisa Mary, born at Reading on Tuesday, 19 May 1846; George nelme= 
marr. at Christ Church, Sandown, Isle of Wight (by her Murray of Titch- 
cousin, the Rev. Charles Pilkington, Vicar of Owslebury, co. field Abbey, co. 
Hants, assisted by the Rev. Gilbert Karney, the Vicar), on Hants ; born on 
Wednesday, 13 November 1872, to Hugh Halliday Hannay Friday, 6 October 
(son of Hugh Hannay of co. Wigton, by Jane his wife, dau. 1854. 
of Thomas Brownrigg of Wicklow) ; born 31 March 1839; 
entered the Royal Navy as Master's Assistant, Staff 
Commander 31 March 1874, retired as Commander 8 April 
1889; died at Surbiton, co. Surrey, 25 October 1903, bur. in 
the cemetery at Kingston, co. Surrey. She died s.p. 18 
February 1874, and was bur. at Simons Town, South Africa. 



Sarah, dau. 
of Alphonse 
Lovey; mar- 
ried at St. 
Paul's, Cam- 
den Square, 
London, 3 
July 1877. 



George Arthur Delme Murray, born at 29 St. Paul's Road, Camden= 
Square, London, 23 January 1879, bapt. at Upper HoUoway ; 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) 
15 November 1899, Lieutenant 2nd Battalion 9 March 1901 ; served 
in South African War 1899-1902, as Assistant Provost Marshal and 
Assistant Press Censor ; took part in operations in the Orange Free 
State February to May igoo, and at Paardeberg, and actions at 
Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River and Zand River ; 
in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, East and West of 
Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900, including actions at Elands 
River; in Orange River Colony, including action at Rhenoster River; 
in Cape Colony, South of Orange River, in 1899-1900; in the 
Transvaal, March 1901 to 31 May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony 
30 November 1900 to March 1901 (medal with four clasps). 



^Dorothea Emily Anne, 
dau. of Tom Alexander 
Webb of Wainwern, co. 
Monmouth ; marr. at 
St. John's, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex (by 
the Rev. Canon Henry 
David Jones, assisted by 
the Rev. John Phillips 
and the Rev. John 
Backhouse Holmes), 29 
November 1906. 



Dorothea Agnes Cecilia, born 
on Saturday, 11 July 1908. 



Reginald William Hugh Murray, 
born at Finchley, co. Middlesex, 
15 August 1 88 1, bapt. at Upper 
Holloway. 

Julia Cecilia, horn at Finchley 
6 October 1 882. _ 

William Henry Murray, born at 
Finchley 7 October 1883, bapt. 
at Upper Holloway. 



Cyril Murray, born at 
Dorking, co. Surrey, 
16 August 1885, bapt. 
there ; died at Tun- 
bridge Wells, co. Kent, 
10 September 1886, 
bur. at Frant, co. 
Sussex. 



Algernon Charles Murray, born at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea 24 February 
1887, bapt. at Hastings, co. 
Sussex ; entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant 1st Battalion Seaforth 
Highlanders 6 October 1906; 
served in the expedition of 1908 
against the Zakka Khels. 



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Crispe. 



Arms. — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Ermine a fess chequy argent 
and sable ; 2nd and 3rd, Or on a chevron 
sable five horse-shoes argent. 

Crest. — A cameleopard argent pellettee attired collared and 
lined or. 

Motto. — Aut non tentaris aut perfice. 



Thomas Crispe of Boxley,= 
CO. Kent (2nd son of 
William Crispe of Boxley 
and Loose, both co. Kent, 
by Hannah his wife, dau. 
of Henry Buckshar of 
Aylesford, co. Kent) ; born 
21 September 1770; died, 
aged 61, 30 June, bur. at 
Leeds, co. Kent, 5 July 
1832. 



=Anne, dau. of George Bromley of Great 
Havvden, near Goudhurst, co. Kent, by 
Anne Love his wife, of Tenterden, co. 
Kent ; born at Tenterden 5 September 
1775; marr. by licence at Maidstone, 
CO. Kent, 26 December 1802. She marr. 
istly John Springate of Buckland, in 
Maidstone. U'ill dated 11 July 1801, 
proved (P.C.C. 497 Kenyan) 16 June 
1802, by Samuel Bromley and Stephen 
Lamprey. She died at Ditton, co. Kent, 
28 May, and was bur. at Leeds 5 April 
1859. 



Eliza, born at Maidstone 
30 September, bapt. there 
26 October 1803; marr. 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
5 March 1821, Sprigg 
Homewood of Mailing, 
CO. Kent, son of Thomas 
Homewood of Town 
Mailing; died, aged 55, 
bur. at West Mailing 31 
May 1848. Will dated 
23 May 1848, proved 
(P.C.C. 477, 48) 20 June 
1848, by Eliza Home- 
wood, relict, and George 
Thomas Robinson, the 
Exors. She died at 
Birling, co. Kent, aged 
56, 8 July, and was bur. 
at West Mailing 12 July 
1859. Will dated 29 June 
1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 
49i> 59) 9 August 1859, 
by George Christopher 
Homewood of Birling, 
son, the sole Exor. 



Clement Crispe (twin with 
Louisa), bapt. at Maidstone 
8 January 1806; emigrated 
to Adelaide, Australia, about 
1838 ; married Indiana, 
dau. of Captain Thomas 
Maxwell Bagnold, of the 
Royal Navy. =f 
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Louisa (twin with Clement), 
bapt. at Maidstone 8 Jan- 
uary 1806; died unmarried 
at Maidstone, aged 75, on 
Monday, 7 November, bur. 
at Leeds, co. Kent, 12 No- 
vember 1881. Will dated 
20 October 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 799, 81) 26 
November 1881, by John 
Bartholomew, son of 
William Bartholomew of 
Maidstone, the surviving 
Exor. 



Ann, born at Maidstone 14 October, 
bapt. there 9 December 1807; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 
3 October 1836, Thomas Hall 
Durrant of Guildford, co. Surrey 
(son of Joseph Durrant of Maid- 
stone) ; born at Maidstone ; died 
at 4 Aldersey Place, Stoke-next- 
Guildford, co. Surrey, in his 89th 
year, 25 December i87r, bur. at 
Stoke-next- Guildford i January 1872. 
M.L Will dated 15 June 1865, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 92, 72) 2 Feb- 
ruary 1872, by Ann Durrant, relict, 
the sole Executrix. She died at 
Guildford Cottage, South Vale, 
Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, in her 
79th year, on Saturday, 24 July, and 
was bur. in Norwood Cemetery 28 
July 1886. Will dated 29 December 
1 87 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 702, 86) 
19 August 1886, by Percy Crispe 
Durrant, son, the sole Exor. 

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Thomas Edward Crispe= 
of Town Mailing, co. 
Kent; born i January, 
bapt. at Maidstone, co. 
Kent, 2 March 1810; 
died, aged 23, i January, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton.co. Middlesex, 
8 January 1833. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Moses Brown of Ludlow, co. Salop, by Sara his 
wife, dau. of John Langford of Ludlow; bom 24 December 1807; 
marr. at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Fields, Westminster, 
5 January 1832 ; died 
10 January, bur. at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
14 January 1899. 



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(Signature to a letter when blind, 
and in her 90th year. ) 



Thomas Edward Crispe of=f=Clara, dau. of Laurent Francois Edouard Maas, Captain 2nd 

32 Buckingham Gate, London; Netherlands Lancers, by Amelia Susan Maria his wife, only 

born 8 February 1833; a dau. of the Chevalier Jens Wolff, Danish Consul in London, 

Student of the Middle Temple Conseiller d'Etat and Chevalier of the Order of the 

13 April 187 1, called to the Dannebrog ; bom at the Chateau Melford, Glein, Mons, 

Bar 26 January 1874, K.C. Belgium; marr. at Brighton, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 28 

1901. September 1861. 



Violet Marie, marr. at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London (by the 
Rev. Edwin AUright), on Thursday, 18 September 1902 [marriage 
settlements dated 18 September 1902. Trustees: Frederick Arthur 
Crisp and Charles Owston Nicholson of Sunderland, co. Durham], 
to Athelstan Elliot Moore, son of Anthony John Moore of 
St. Bede's Tower, Sunderland, by Loretta Harriet his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Douglas Hayden, of the Royal Navy. 



Winifred Ida Gertruy, 
Author of " Snares," 
" Corry Thorndyke," 
and other works. 




181 



(go^Uxt) of ^roali Cljalk, to. lUiltg. 



John Harvey Goddard of West Woodyates, co. Dorset=j=Sarah, dau. of William Gilbert of 



(2nd son and only survivor of the five children of 
William Goddard of West Woodyates, by his ist wife, 



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Jane, dau. of George Harvey of Hemsworth, co. Dorset) ; 

bapt. privately at Witch- 
ampton, co. Dorset, on 
Friday, 10 June, and 
received into the church 
on Thursday, 7 July 1768 ; 
died, aged 28, on Monday, 13 June, bur. at Pentridge, 
CO. Dorset, on Friday, 17 June 1796. M.I. Will dated 
20 April 1796, with codicil dated 11 June 1796, proved 
(P.C.C. 454 Harris) 26 September 1796, by Sarah 
Goddard, relict, Joseph Gilbert of Park Shipton, co. Wilts, 
brother-in-law, and John Mowbray of Blandford Forum, co. 
Dorset, the Exors. 







Abbodeston House, Maddington, 
CO. Wilts, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Stephen Goodenough of 
Winterbourne Stoke, co. Wilts ; 
born 17 January, bapt. at Mad- 
dington 17 February 1767 ; marr. 
at Pentridge (by the Rev. Robert 
Goodrick, the Rector) 1 7 August 
1789 (marriage settlement dated 
18 July 1789); died, in her 65th 
year, 14 January, bur. at Pent- 
ridge 19 January 1832. M.I. 
Will dated 24 March 1825, with 
two codicils dated respectively 
16 September 1828 and 16 Au- 
gust 1830, proved (P.C.C. 85 
Tenierden) 23 February 1832, by 
William Gilbert Goddard, son, 
the sole Exor. Portrait in the 
possession of Mrs. Mary Anne 
Goddard., her daughter-in-iaiv. 



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Jane Harvey, bapt. at Pentridge 22 June 1791 ; marr. at Salisbury Cathedral (by the Rev. John 
Skinner, Vicar-Choral of the Cathedral) 7 May 1808, James Foote (3rd son of Henry Foote 
of the Manor, Berwick St. John, co. Wilts); born 28 F^ebruary 1784; died at Salisbury, 
in his 46th year, 27 April, bur. in the church at Berwick St. John 4 May 1829. She died 
s.p. at the Priory, Berwick St. John, aged 60, 3 June, and was bur. at Berwick St. John 
7 June 185 1. Will dated 30 May 1851, proved (P.C.C. 638, 51) 25 August 185 1, by 
William Gilbert Goddard, brother, the sole Exor. Portrait in oils, as a child, in the 
possession of the Rev. William Charles Gilbert Goddard, her nephew. 




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182 



Emma Goodenough, bapt. at Pentridge, co. Dorset, 7 May 1793; marr. 
at Salisbury Cathedral (by the Rev. John Greenly, Vicar-Choral of the 
Cathedral and Rector of Sharncote, co. Gloucester) 15 June 18 19 
(marriage settlement dated 11 May 1819), to John Fawson, Lieutenant 

46th Foot 25 




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February 1805, 
Captain 59th Foot 
1 1 November 



Fanny Maskelyn, 
bapt. at Pentridge 
7 September, and 
bur. there 22 Oc- 
tober 1794. M.I. 



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1813, retired 25 May 1816; served at 
the battle of Waterloo 18 June 1815 
(\\'aterloo medal); died, in his 37th year, 
14 February, bur. in the cloister green, 
Salisbury Cathedral, 18 February 1826; marr. 2ndly at St. Martin's, Salisbury (by the Rev. 
Frederick Septimus Emly, Rector of Kirkby Underwood, co. Lincoln), on Thursday, 20 August 
1840, to Giles Emly of The Close, Salisbury (son of Samuel Emly of St. Martin's, Salisbury); 
born 14 July 1795, bapt. at St. Martin's, Salisbury, 4 October 1799: Major Bengal Artiller)' ; 
died at Salisbury, in his 73rd year, 30 January, bur. in the cloister green, Salisbury Cathedral, 
6 February 1868. M.L Will dated 22 January 1868, proved at Salisbury 26 February 
1868, by William Gilbert Goddard of Broad Chalke, brother-in-law, and Charles Henry 
Radcliffe of Salisbury, the Exors. She died s.p. at Salisbury on Wednesday, 22 November, 
and was bur. in the cloister green, Salisbury Cathedral, on Monday, 27 November 1865. 
M.L Will dated 20 June 1861, with codicil dated 30 March 1S65, proved at Salisbury 
15 February 1868, by Charles Henry Radcliffe of Salisbury, the sole Exor. Portrait in oils, 
as a child, in the possession of the Rev. William Charles Gilbert Goddard, her nephew. 



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Rev. William Charles Gilbert Goddard, born at the Old Rectory House, Broad Chalke, 
CO. \Vilts, on 'Wednesday, 20 October, bapt. there 8 December 1869; educated at Sherborne 
and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 27 January 1891, B.A. 1894, ALA. 1902, 
of Chichester College 1894; Curate of Ketton with Tixover, co. Rutland, 1896-97, of Stoke 
Albany with Wilbarston and Pipewell, co. Northampton, 1897-1908, and instituted Rector of 
Old (or Wold), co. Northampton, on Tuesday, 28 September 1908. 



183 



Mary Anne, dau. of the= 
Rev. John Greenly, Vicar- 
Choral of Salisbury Cathe- 
dral and Rector of 
Sharncote, co. Gloucester 
(who as chaplain of the 
" Revenge " was wounded 
at the battle of Trafalgar), 
by Mary his wife ; born 
28 September, bapt. at 
Salisbury Cathedral 13 
October 181 5; marr. at 
Oaksey, co. Wilts (by her 
brother-in-law, the Rev. 
Edmund Wood, Rector 
of Bradfield, co. York), 
22 April 1852 ; died 
at Broad Chalke, co. 
Wilts, in her 46th year, 
8 February, bur. there 
14 February 1861. M.I. 
I St wife. 



^Caroline, 6th dau. of= 
Arthur Thomas Corfe of 
Salisbury, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
John Davies, Rector of 
Padworth, co. < Berks ; 
bapt. at Salisbury Cathe- 
dral 29 July 1808; marr. 
at St. Leonard's, Exeter, 
CO. Devon (by her 
brother, the Rev. Arthur 
Thomas Corfe, Principal 
of Elizabeth College, 
Guernsey, on Tuesday, 
7 April 1863 ; died 
at Melcombe Regis, co. 
Dorset, 24 January, bur. 
in the cemetery at Mel- 
combe Regis 30 January 
1867. M.I. 2nd wife. 




=William Gilbert Goddard^ 
of the Old Rectory 
House, Broad Chalke ; 
born 18 November 1795, 
bapt. at Pentridge, co. 
Dorset, 18 June 1796; 
educated at Sherborne ; 
died at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, in his 85th 
year, 9 September, 
bur. at Broad Chalke 
14 September 1880. 
Memorial Window and 
Inscription in the 
chancel of church at 
Broad Chalke. Will 
dated 29 November 
1873, with two codicils 
dated respectively 31 
July 1877 and 6 Feb- 
ruary 1878, proved at 
Salisbury 12 November 
1880, by Richard Henry 
Rigden and Frederick 
Fawson Lee, both of 
Salisbury, the Exors. 
Portrait in oils, as a 
child, in the possession 
0/ Rev. William Charles 
Gilbert Goddard, his 



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=Mary Anne, eldest 
dau. of Charles 
Foote of the 
Manor, Berwick 
St. John, CO. Wilts, 
by Anne Laura his 
wife, dau. of John 
Rowland, Captain 
32nd Foot; born 
at the Manor, Ber- 
wick St. John, 30 
November, bapt. 
there 7 April 
1841 ; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Stock- 
well Park Road, 
CO. Surrey (by her 
cousin, the Rev. 
William Pender 
Roberts, Rector of 
Trevalga, co. Corn- 
wall, assisted by 
the Rev. Henry 
Thompson, the In- 
cumbent), on Wed- 
nesday, 22 April 
1868. 3rd wife. 






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Mary Katherine, born at the Old Rectory House, Broad Chalke, 24 June, bapt. there 
22 July 1 87 1 {Portrait i?i pastels in the possessio?i of Mrs. Mary Anne Goddard, her mother); 
marr. at St. Mark's, Salisbury (by her brother, the Rev. William Charles Gilbert Goddard, Rector 
of Old [or Wold], co. Northampton, assisted by the Rev. Henry Joseph Trueman, the Vicar, 
and the Rev. Francis Ralph Thurlow, Rector of Widford, co. Essex), on Tuesday, 6 October 1908, 
to the Rev. Alfred Richard Thurlow (eldest son of the Rev. Richard Thurlow, Rector of St. James', 
Shaftesbury, co. Dorset); educated at the University of London 1886, and at Sarum College 
1891 ; ordained Deacon 1892, Priest 1893; Curate of Hilton, co. Dorset, 1892-1900, of Melcombe 
Regis 1900-1903, of St. Mark's, SaUsbury, 1903-1908, and Rector of Aythorpe Roding, co. Essex, 
since 1908. 



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184 



^{jepparD. 



James Sheppard of Bath,= 
CO. Somerset ; born 26 
March 1798; died at Bath, 
aged 47, 29 January, bur. 
in the Bapti.st Burial 
Ground, Lyncombe Hill, 
^Vidcombe, Bath, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1846. M.I. 



=Harriett, 2nd dau. of William Bendall of Widcombe, Bath, by 
Elizabeth Smith his wife ; born at St. Phillip's Plane, Bristol, co. 
Gloucester, about 9.30 a.m. on Monday, i6 April 1804; marr. at 
St. James', Bath, 14 August 1823; died at 9 Southcot Place, Bath, 
27 June 1869. bur. in St. James' Cemetery. M.I. Will dated 
27 June 1868, proved at Bristol 2 December 1869. 

{See Pedigree of Bendall, page 41.) 



Frederick William 
Sheppard, born at 2 
Bloomfield Terrace, 
Lyncombe, Bath, 
3 June 1824 ; died 
13 August 1866. 



James Sheppard of Bath, formerly of Monte Video, Uruguay, South 
America, Civil Engineer; born at Bloomfield Terrace, Lyncombe, ]>ath, 
7 January 1826; died suddenly at Bolingbroke Road, Wandsworth 
Common, co. Surrey, aged 62, on Sunday, 23 September 1888, bur. in 
Abney Park Cemetery, London. M.I. Will dated 4 September 1888, 
proved in the Principal Registry 17 October 1888, by Albert Kingston 
Sheppard and Robert Smith Bendall, his brother and brother-in-law. 



Alfred Sheppard of Bryn-= 
tirion, Stanwell Road, 
Penarth, co. Glamorgan ; 
born at Maesteg, co. 
Glamorgan, 13 November 
1854, bapt. there ; Captain 
(Hon. Major) 2nd Glamor- 
ganshire Royal Garrison 
Artillery Volunteers. 



=Kate, dau. of Thomas 
Squarey of Teignmouth, 
CO. Devon, by Eliza his 
wife, dau. of James Bur- 
rington of Crediton, co. 
Devon ; born at Teign- 
mouth ; niarr. there 25 
December 1880. ' 




Oliver Sheppard= 
of Cartrefle and 
of the New P'oun- 
dry, Bridgend, 
CO. Glamorgan ; 
born at Maesteg 
6 January 1856, 
bapt. at Llango- 
noyd, CO. Glamor- 
gan ; J. P. for CO. 
Glamorgan. 



=Mary Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Robert 
Reece of Cardiff, 
CO. Glamorgan, 

M.R.C.S., by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of William Jones of 
Cardiff; born 9 May 
1864 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Mary- 
lebone, London, 9 
June 1891. 



Olive Mary, born at 
Bridgend 12 May 
1892, bapt. at Nol- 
ton, CO. Glamorgan. 



Ida Rosalie, born pt 

Cartrefle, Bridgend, 
9 May 1893, bapt. 
at Nolton. 



Edith Mary, born at 
Cartrefle, Bridgend, 
7 May 1894, bapt. at 
Nolton. 



Florence Agnes, born 
at Cartrefle, Bridgend, 
10 October 1896, 
bapt. at Nolton. 



Dorothy Seward Nichol- 
son, born at Cartrefle, 
Bridgend, 8 August 1900, 
bapt. at Nolton. 



Charles Oliver Sheppard, 
born at Cartrefle, Bridg- 
end, 10 April 1902, bapt. 
at Nolton. 



Elizabeth Ruth, born 
at 127 Cathedral Road, 
Cardiff, 1 3 February 
1904, bapt. at St. 
John's, Cardiff. 



George Alfred Reece 
Sheppard, born at 127 
Cathedral Road, Car- 
diff, 10 December 1905, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Cardiff. 



185 



Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of Richard= 
Parker Lemon of North Parade, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, by Henrietta 
his wife, dau. of George Nicholson 
of Woolwich, CO. Kent ; born at 
Brentwood, co. Essex, 26 November 
1831 ; marr. at Bath Abbey (by the 
Rev. Cutler Hall) on Thursday, 28 
April 1853; died 13 May 1863, 
bur. at Nolton, co. Glamorgan. 
I St wife. 



=Charles Sheppard of Maesteg and= 
of Bridgend, both co. Glamorgan ; 
born at i Elm Place, Lyncombe, 
Bath, 3 December 1827; marr. 
2ndly at Clifton, Mary (bur. at 
Coity, CO. Glamorgan), widow of 
William Edwards of Bridgend. 
He died at Bridgend 16 December 
1898, and was bur. there. 



=Anne Seward Tench, 
marr. at Stanford-in- 
the-Vale, co. Berks, 
12 August 1880. 
3rd wife. 



Alice Maud, born at Maesteg 
30 November 1857, bapt. at 
Llangonoyd, co. Glamorgan ; 
died 15 January 1858, bur. at 
Llangonoyd. 



Herbert Charles Sheppard= 
of Newton House, Porth- 
cawl, CO. Glamorgan; born 
at Maesteg 27 March 
1859, bapt. at Llangonoyd. 



<i^aA4y{\-Sim/^^ . 



=Gertrude Elizabeth, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. Francis Burford 
Leonard, Rector of Llandevaud, 
CO. Monmouth, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife, dau. of Thomas William 
Turner of Deddington, co. O.xford ; 
born 8 May 1864 ; marr. at Down 
Ampney, co. Gloucester, 8 August 
1895. 



Lewis Charles Burford 
Sheppard, born at 
Flushing, co. Cornwall, 
on Monday, 21 Sep- 
tember 1896, bapt. 
there. 



Faith Elizabeth, 
born at Flushing 
3 July 1899, 
bapt. there. 



Joyce Mary, born at 
Flushing 26 July 
1900, bapt. there. 



Leonard Charles Sutton 
Sheppard, born at Newton 
House, Newton Nottage, co. 
Glamorgan, 7 December 1907, 
bapt. at Newton Nottage. 



186 



Albert Kingston Sheppard of the Bank 
of Victoria, Clement's Lane, London ; 
born at 3 Dorchester Street, Bath, co. 
Somerset, i January 1830; died at 
Calais, France, on Friday, 24 April 
1 89 1, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 19 October 1888, 
with codicil dated 23 April 1891, proved 
in the Principal Registry i June 1891, 
by Alfred Sheppard and Robert Smith 
Bendall, his nephew and brother-in-law. 



Thomas Sheppard,= 
born at 7 Dor- 
chester Street, Bath, 
9 October 1832 ; 
died at Bath 21 
January 1905, bur. 
in St. James' 
Cemetery, Bath. 
M.L 



=Frances Alice, dau. of Frederick 
Morris, by Julia Stafford his 
wife ; born at i Bennet Street, 
Bath, 14 November 1839; marr. 
at Old Widcombe Church, co. 
Somerset, 21 February i860; 
died 2 June 1885, bur. in 
St. James' Cemetery, Bath. 



Ada Frances Julia, born at Paradise 
House, AVells Road, Bath, 4 January 
1861 ; marr. at St. Luke's, Bath, 
I March 1899, Charles Arthur 
\V'atkin Edwards of AVeston-super- 
Mare, co. Somerset. 



Walter Allen Sheppard= 
of the Summer House, 
Prior Park Road, Bath; 
born at Paradise 
House, Wells Road, 
Bath, 14 September 
1862. 



=Eleanor Julia, dau. of Frederick 
Morris, by Eleanor Catherine 
Corbould his wife ; bom at 
22 Milsom Street, Bath, 11 
April i860; marr. at St. John's, 
Lower Weston, co. Somerset, 
16 July 1886 ; died 5 December 
1907. 



Allen Cecil Sheppard, born 
at 2 Bloomfield Crescent, 
Bath, 23 July 1887, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Bath. 



Claude Morris Sheppard, born 
at Midford, near Bath, i De- 
cember 1888, bapt. at Wellow, 
CO. Somerset. 



Norman Lovel Sheppard, bom 
at Midford, near Bath, 20 
February 1891, bapt. at 
Wellow. 

Bertram Kingston Sheppard, 
born at Bath 15 May 1893, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Bathwick. 



Thomas Wilfred Sheppard, 
born at Castle Cary, co. 
Somerset, 16 June 1896, 
bapt. there. 



Laurence Julian Sheppard, 
born at Bath 10 December 
1902, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bathwick. 



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Walter Allen Sheppard of=j=Catherine Wilson Malcolm, Harriet, bom at 7 Dorchester 



4 Bloomfield Terrace, Bath, 
CO. Somerset ; born at 7 
Dorchester Street, Bath, 17 
September 1835. 



born at Liverpool, co. Lan- Street, Bath, 4 September 1839; 
caster, 10 March 1847; died at 4 Alexander Buildings, 
marr. at Christchurch, New Grosvenor, Bath, 25 July 1905, 
Zealand, 15 July 1870. bur. in her father's grave in the 

Baptist Burial Ground, Lyncombe 
Hill, Bath. M.I. 




Douglas Sheppard, born at 
Christchurch, New Zealand, 
8 October 1880. 



Phoebe, born at 7 Dorchester Street, Bath, 29 January 1842 ; marr. at Argyle Chapel, Bath 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Benjamin Opie Bendall), on Tuesday, 7 January 1868, 
Robert Smith I5endall of Baskerville Road, Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey (son of Robert 
Smith Bendall of Hampstead, co. Middlesex, by Elizabeth Kay his wife, dau. of James 
Holmes of London); born at Forest Row, Dalston, co. Middlesex, 19 March 1841. 
She died at Somerset Villa, Broderick Road, Upper Tooting, co. Surrey, leaving issue, 
30 May, and was bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, London, 3 June 1884. He marr. 2ndly at 
St. Ann's, Kew, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 14 April 1885, Ellen Jane, eldest dau. of Walter 
Cundall of Southampton, co. Hants, and widow of Thomas Pickard Adcock of Melton Mowbray, 
CO. Leicester. =t= 



(See Pedigree of Bendall, page 42.) 



Norman Frederick= 
Sheppard of Morris, 
Montana, U.S.A. ; 
born at Paradise 
House, Wells Road, 
Bath, 27 August 
1864. 



Trene Counsoll, marr. at 
Running Water, South 
Dakota, U.S.A. (by J. H. 
Atkenson, Justice of the 
Peace), 16 May 1888; died 
28 November 1901, bur. at 
Mendota, Dakota County, 
Minnesota, U.S.A. 



Edith Alice, born at Paradise House, 
Wells Road, Bath, 5 August 1866; died 
13 September 1866, bur. in St. James' 
Cemetery, Bath. 

Ethel Maud, born at 3 Southcot Place, 
Lyncombe Hill, Bath, 30 August 1869, 
bapt. at Bayford, co. Somerset. 



Allan Sheppard, born on a ranch 
near Niobrara, Nebraska, U.S.A., 
15 September 1889. 



Thomas Joseph Sheppard, born 
29 March 1891 (registered at 
Santer's Agency, Nebraska). 



Walter John Sheppard, born at Ethel Irene, born at 

Bloomfield, Nebraska, U.S.A., Bloomfield, Nebraska, 

16 August 1894. U.S.A., 14 March 

_ 1899. 

Cecil Sheppard, born at Bloom- 
field, Nebraska, 22 December 
1897. 




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jFreeman. 



James Freeman of Heigham, co. Norfolk, =f 
formerly of Rickinghall, co. Suffolk (son of 
Robert Freeman of Rickinghall) ; born at 
Rickinghall in 1798; died at Heigham, 
aged 67, 8 September, bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, 12 
September 1865. M.I. Will dated 29 
June 1S65, proved at Norwich 4 October 
1865, by James Freeman of Norwich, son, 
and John Withers Dowson of Norwich, 
the Exors. 



=Dinah, dau. of James Day 
of Roydon, co. Suffolk, 
by Dinah his wife ; bom 
at Roydon, bapt. there 
12 August 1787; marr. 
at Norwich ; died 28 Jan- 
uary, bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe Hamlet, 
2 February 1865. M.I. 



James Freeman of Heigham; born 22 May 1823;= 
Alderman of Norwich ; died at 8 Park Lane, in the 
hamlet of Heigham, 16 November, bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe Hamlet, 20 November 1890. Will 
dated 14 October 1890, proved at Norwich 6 December 
1890, by Joseph Hutton Freeman, son, and Richard 
William Ladell of Norwich, the Exors. 




=Sarah Ellen, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Joseph Hutton, LL.D., by 
Susannah Grindal Holt his wife ; 
born II September 1829, bapt. at 
Mill Hill Chapel, Leeds, 14 January 
1834; marr. at Friar Gate Chapel, 
Derby (by her father), on Tuesday, 
9 October 1855; died at Norwich 
31 August, bur. in the Rosary Ceme- 
tery, Thorpe Hamlet, 4 September 
1890. 



Henry Holt Freeman= 
of Deloraine, Tas- 
mania ; born at 
Norwich 7 October 
1856, bapt. at Derby 
7 July 1857; educated 
at Old Hove House 
School, CO. Sussex ; 
Architect ; appointed 
Council Clerk, Delo- 
raine, 9 March 1906. 



=Ellen Eliza, dau. 
of John Alexander 
Auchinleck of Alder- 
shot, CO. Hants, by 
Caroline Amelia his 
wife, dau. of William 
Bushby of Brighton, 
CO. Sussex ; born at 
Aldershot 1 1 August 
i860; marr. at 
Windsor, Melbourne, 
Victoria, 26 De- 
cember 1896. 



J^Uj.y.,.jHr^9^ 



/\-££-<^«^ Aw«^.w 



Ellen, born at Norwich 23 June, bapt. at Derby 
I September 1859; marr. at All Saints', West 
Heslerton, co. York (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Joseph Henry Hutton, assisted by his son, the 
Rev. William Richmond Hutton), on Tuesday, 
29 April 1890, to George Lindsay Turnbull of 47 
Ladbroke Square, London (eldest son of George 
Turnbull of Rosehill, Abbott's Langley, co. 
Hertford, M. Inst. C.E., by Fanny his wife, 
dau. of Richard Thomas of Reading) ; born 
17 March, bapt. at Calcutta Cathedral 20 April 
i860; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 October 1878, Demy 1878-83, B.A. (ist-class 
Math, and Physics) 1882, B.Ch., B.Med, 
and M.A. 1887, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1887, M.D. 
1892 ; Student of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 
London, Vienna, and Zurich ; Brackenbury 
Med. Sch. St. Bartholomew's 1887 ; Fellow Royal 
Medical Chir. Soc, formerly House Physician 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. =j= 



189 



Henry Freeman, born at Norwich 7 December 1824; died=j=Elizabeth Rachel, dau. of Charles 



at Norwich, aged 46, 4 February, bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, 8 February 1871. 
M.I. Adinon was granted at Norwich 23 February 187 1, 
to Henry Layton Freeman of Upper Thames Street, 
London, son, only child and next of kin. 



A 



Robert Freeman; died, aged 22, 
18 May, bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe Hamlet, 23 
May 1847. M.I. 



Mary Eliza, born 
at Norwich 21 
March, bapt. there 
28 December 

1862 ; died at 
Norwich, aged i 
year, 30 March, 
bur. in the Rosary 
Cemetery, Thorpe 
Hamlet, 3 April 
1863. 



Joseph Hutton Freeman of The Holt,= 
Walton-on-Thames, co. Surrey ; born 
at Norwich 11 October 1863, bapt. 
there 3 January 1864; educated at 
Norwich, Castle Howell School, 
Lancaster, and at Owen's College, 
Manchester ; admitted to the 
Freedom of the Carpenters' Com- 
pany 4 May 1897, and appointed 
Clerk I January 1903. 



=Edith Helen, youngest dau. of 
Edward Grundy of Broughton, co. 
Northampton, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Henry Pond; born at Lynn, 
CO. Norfolk, 5 October 1865 ; marr. 
at Kettering, co. Northampton (by 
the Rev. Gerard Mottram Hutton, 
assisted by the Rev. John Neville 
Figgis), on Saturday, 6 April 1895. 



James Edward Hutton Freeman, 
born at 2 Chichester Road, 
Notting Hill, co. Middlesex, on 
Monday, i June, bapt. at Essex 
Church, Notting Hill, i November 
1896. 



Barbara Helen, born at 
2 Chichester Road, Notting 
Hill, on Tuesday, 15 June 
1897, bapt. at Essex Church, 
Notting Hill, 27 March 
1898. 



Katharine Maria, born at Norwich 28 October 1865, bapt. there 14 January 1866; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Pitsea, co. Essex (by her cousin, the Rev. Arthur Bertram Hutton, assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick James Nellen), on Monday, 5 October 1903, to PYederick Hamilton 
Nellen (son of the Rev. Frederick James Nellen); bom 9 December 1875, bapt. at All 
Saints', Brighton, co. Sussex, 27 October 1876. 



190 



Elizabeth, dau. of= 
Thomas Starling; 
bom at Surrey 
Grove, Norwich, 
circa 1825 ; marr. 
at the Octagon 
Chapel, Norwich, 
1 1 October 1854 ; 
died at North Wal- 
sham, CO. Norfolk, 
3 May 1865, bur. 
there, ist wife. 



=Piddock Day=j=Prudence, 
Freeman of 
319 Mansfield 
Road, Notting- 
ham ; born at 
Norwich 19 
July 1828. 



, dau. of 
Philip Moon of 
Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk ; born 
at Great Yarmouth 
10 January 1834 ; 
marr. at Irstead, 
CO. Norfolk, 1 5 
November 1867. 
2nd wife. 



Alice Anna, born at North 
Walsham 28 August 1868, bapt. 
there. 

Travers Henry Moon Freeman, 
born 19 September 1869, and 
died lo November following. 



Robert Freeman, born at Stepping 
Lane, Norwich, in 1831 ; died, aged 13, 
6 May, bur. in the Rosary Cemetery, 
Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, 11 May 
1845. M.I. _ 

Charles Freeman of Great Yarmouth ; 
marr. Sarah, dau. of James Spanton. 
He died at Great Yarmouth, aged 37, 
and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Great Yarmouth, 27 October 1863. 



Bertha Prudence, born at North 
Walsham i October 187 1, bapt. 
there. 

Martins Sydney Freeman, born 
19 May, and died 24 May 1872. 



Ernest Arthur Freeman, born at 
North Walsham i April 1856, 
bapt. at the Octagon Chapel, 
Norwich. 

Charles Edward Freeman, born 
at North Walsham 13 October 
1857, bapt. at the Octagon 
Chapel, Norwich. 



Richard Saddler Freeman, bom 
at North ^\'alsham 13 Novem- 
ber 1859, bapt. at the Octagon 
Chapel, Norwich. 



Edgar Henry Freeman, born 
7 October 1861 ; died 9 Oc- 
tober 1865. 



Percival James Freeman, 
born at North Walsham 
5 August 1863. 



ninah Bertha Elizabeth, 
born 7 February 1865, 
and died 9 October 
following. 



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191 



iSurroust)es of Burlingbam 3|alL 
CO* jSorfolk- 



Arms. — Argent two chevrons between three chaplets vert. 

Crest. — A griffin's head erased argent charged with two chevrons vert. 

Motto. — Aninio et fide. 



Jane Sarah, elder dau.=f=Henry Negus Burroughes of Burlingham= 



of the Rev. Dixon 
Hoste, Rector of 
Tittleshall- cum -God- 
wick, CO. Norfolk 
(and sister of Sir 
William Hoste, ist 
Baronet), by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of 
Henry Stanforth of 
Salthouse, co. Nor- 
folk ; marr. on Tues- 
day, 25 August 1 818; 
died at Burlingham 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, on 
Sunday, 5 October 
1 85 1. I St wife. 



Hall, eldest son of James Burkin Burroughes 
of Burlingham Hall \_for a gold Memorial 
Ring inscribed: "capt" j: b: burroughes 
OB : 30 NOV: 1803 X,: 43," see "Memorial 
Hings," No. ^^4, page joj], by Christabel 
his wife, dau. and heir of Henry Negus of 
Hoveton Hall, co. Norfolk \^for a gold 
Memorial Ring inscribed: "henry • negus 
• ESQ: ob: 4 • JUNE • 1794 • M: 86," see 
"Memorial Rings," No. Sj6, page 262]; 
born 8 February 1791 ; educated at Eton; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, High Sheriff 
181 7; M.P. for East Norfolk 11 August 
1837 to 21 March 1857 ; died at Burlingham 
Hall, aged 81, on Friday, 22 March 1872, 
bur. in the family vault in the churchyard 
of St. Peter's, Burlingham. Will dated 20 
November 1871, with three codicils dated 
respectively 4 December 1871, 2 February 
1872 and 23 February 1872, proved at 
Norwich 31 May 1872, by Augusta Susanna 
Burroughes of Burlingham Hall, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Augusta Susanna, only 
surviving daughter of 
Lieut.-General Proctor 
of Aberhavesp Hall, 
CO. Montgomery, C.B. ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, on 
Tuesday, 28 November 
1854; died at Burling- 
ham Hall, aged 64, on 
Sunday, i November 
1885, bur. in the family 
vault in the churchyard 
of St. Peter's, Burling- 
ham. A\'ill, with codicil, 
dated 7 May 1883, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
307, 86) 9 April i88"6, 
by Charles Watkin 
Williams Wynn of Coed 
y Maen, Welshpool, co. 
Montgomery, the sole 
Exor. 2nd wife. 



James Burkin Burroughes (twin with 
Jane), born 10 November 1819; educated 
at Eton ; died at Brompton, London, on 
Tuesday, 12 September 1854. 



Jane (twin with James Burkin), born 10 
November 1819; died at Burlingham 
Hall, in her 21st year, on Saturday, 22 
August 1840. 



Henry Negus Burroughes, = 
born 21 November 182 1 ; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy ; 
died s.p. at Burlingham 
Hall, aged 35, on Wednes- 
day, 9 January 1856. 



=Ida, youngest dau. of 
the Rev. Charles Fiennes 
Clinton of Welwyn, 
CO. Hertford ; marr. 
at Hertingfordbury, co. 
Hertford (by the Rev. 
Henry Majendie), on 
Thursday, 2 1 June 
1855- 



Jane Emily, born Ida, born at Elderton Lodge, Gunton Park, 20 July Catherine Mary, 
at Elderton Lodge, 1854; marr. at St. Mary's, The Boltons, South Ken- born at Hoveton 
Gunton Park, co. sington, London (by her uncle, the Rev. the Hon'^''"= in 1856; died in 
Norfolk, 15 Sep- John Harbord, assisted by the Rev. Hanmer William infancy, bur. at 
tember 1853. Webb-Peploe), on Tuesday, 5 March 18S9, to William Hoveton. 

Henry Going of Cahir, co. Tipperary (son of Alexander 
Going of Altavilla, Cahir, by Wilhelmina his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. George Smith) ; born at Altavilla, Cahir, 
22 September, bapt. at the parish church, Cahir, 10 
October 1859; educated at Marlborough and at Trinity 
College, Dublin. =j= 

A 



192 



Mary, died at Burlingham 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, aged i8, 
on Thursday, i8 February 
184 1, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Burlingham. 



William Burroughes, born 
18 September 1827 ; educa- 
ted at Eton ; died at 
Hoveton Hall, co. Norfolk, 
aged 16, on Wednesday, 
24 April 1844, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Burlingham. 



Rev. Randall Burroughes= 
of Burlingham Hall, 
formerly of Hoveton Hall; 
born in April 1829; J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk ; died at 
Hoveton Hall, aged 43, on 
Thursday, 26 December 
bur. at St. Peter's, Burling- 
ham, 31 December 1872. 
Will dated 11 May 1872, 
proved at Norwich 22 
April 1873, by the Hon''''= 
Emily Burroughes of 
Hoveton Hall, relict, one 
of the Exors. 



=Hon'''' Emily, younger 
dau. of Edward, 3rd 
Baron Sufiield of 
Suffield, CO. Norfolk ; 
born at Gunton Park, 
CO. Norfolk, on Sun- 
day, 30 November 
1828; marr. at Hor- 
sted, CO. Norfolk (by 
the Rev. James 
Shirley), on Tuesday, 
19 October 1852. 



Edward Bur- 
roughes, born 
in September 
1831 ; died at 
St. Lconard's- 
on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, aged 
33, on Thurs- 
day, 26 Jan- 
uary 1865, bur. 
at St. Peter's, 
Burlingham. 



Christabel Mary, born at Hoveton Hall 6 March 1859, bapt. at Hoveton 
St. Peter's ; marr. at the parish church, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk (by her 
uncle, the Rev. the Hon''''^ John Harbord, assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Nevile Sherbrooke), on Wednesday, 28 March 1883, to Edward George 
Cubitt of Honing Hall, co. Norfolk (only son of Edward George Cubitt 
of Honing Hall, J. P. and D.L., by Emma his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Benjamin Lucas Cubitt, Rector of Catfield, co. Norfolk); born at Honing 
Hall 19 January, bapt. privately 23 January, and received into the church 
at Honing 29 May i860; J. P. for co. Norfolk; Lieutenant 3rd Volunteer 
Battalion Norfolk Regiment (retired). =j= 



Caroline Dorothy, 
born at Hoveton 
Hall 3 February 
1 86 1 , bapt. at Hove- 
ton St. Peter's. 



Henry Randall= 
Burroughes of 
Burlingham Hall; 
born at Hoveton 
Hall on Tuesday, 
12 May 1863, 
bapt. at Hove- 
ton St. Peter's ; 
educated at Har- 
row and at 
TrinityHall, Cam- 
bridge ; Captain 
3rd Battalion 
Norfolk Regiment 
(Militia) ;J.P. for 
CO. Norfolk. 



=Emily Ellen, dau. 
of the Hon^e 
Robert Dunsmuir 
of Victoria, British 
Columbia, by Joan 
Olive his wife, 
dau. of T. White ; 
born at Victoria, 
British Columbia, 
in January 1865 ; 
marr. there 6 
October 1904. 



Francis George Bur-= 
roughes of Seal, co. 
Kent ; born at Hove- 
ton Hall on Thursday, 
5 November 1868; 
bapt. at Hoveton St. 
Peter's ; educated at 
Winchester College ; 
Lieutenant 4th Bat- 
talion Bedfordshire 
Regiment (Militia). 



=Anne Kathleen Julia, eldest 
dau. of the Hon'='« Edward 
Roden Bourke, Major 3rd 
Hussars (6th son of Robert, 
5th Earl of Mayo), by Emma 
Mary Augusta his wife, eldest 
dau. of Lieut. -General George 
Cliffe Hatch, C.S.L ; marr. 
at St. Anne's, Wells Street, 
London, i August 1894. 



Pamela, born in April 1895. 



Randall Burroughes, born in 
June 1896. 



Stephen Burroughes, 
born in April 1899. 



(^^^T). 



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193 



Curnbun. 



Thomas Turnbull of Whitehall, Whitby,= 
CO. York (son of Thomas Turnbull, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of John Webster of 
Whitby) ; born at Darlington, co. Durham, 
in 1793 ; died at Whitehall, Whitby, 
5 July 1867, bur. in the cemetery at 
Whitby. Will dated 6 February 1867, 
proved at York 11 September 1867, by 
Robert March Hunton of Whitby, and 
Matthew Bedlington, the younger, of Robin 
Hood's Bay, co. York, the Exors. 



=Mary, dau. of Lewis March of 
Whitby and of the Inland 
Revenue Service ; died at 
Hovingham, co. York, aged 77, 
12 May 1872, bur. in the 
cemetery at Whitby. Will 
dated 15 October 1867, proved 
at York 21 June 1872, by 
Thomas Turnbull of Whitby, 
son, the sole Exor. 



Thomas Turnbull of The Mount, Whitby ;= 
born at Whitby 15 September 181 9; 
J. P. for CO. York ; died at The Mount, 
\Vhitby, aged 72, on Sunday, 24 April, 
bur. in the cemetery at Whitby 29 April 
1892. Will dated 17 December 1889, 
with codicil dated 24 January 1891, 
proved at York i November 1892, by 
Thomas Turnbull, John Turnbull, 
Reginald March Turnbull and Philip 
Turnbull, sons, the Exors. 



=Emma Alice, dau. of John Lawson of 
Whitby, by Anne his wife, dau. of William 
White of Egton, co. York; born 16 De- 
cember 1818 ; marr. at St. Hilda's Catholic 
Church, Whitby, 3 September 1844; died 
at The Mount, Whitby, 9 July 1906, bur. 
in the cemetery at Whitby. Will dated 
28 January 1903, proved at York 8 October 
1906, by Thomas Turnbull, John Turnbull, 
Reginald March Turnbull and Philip 
Turnbull, sons, the Exors. 



Other 
issue. 



Thomas Turnbull of Airy Hill, Whitby ;=i=Georgiana Barrie, dau. of James Shearer of 



born at Whitby 24 May, bapt. at St. 
Hilda's Catholic Church, Whitby, i June 
1845. 



Ardrossan, co. Ayr, by Janet his wife, dau. of 
George Barrie ; born at Ardrossan ; marr. there 
19 August 1873. 



Janet Mildred Alice, born at Whitby 5 March, bapt. at St. Hilda's 
CathoHc Church, Whitby, 16 March 1875 ; marr. there (by the 
Rt. Rev. Edward Gilpin Bagshawe, Bishop of Nottingham, assisted 
by the Rev. Bernard MacCabe of St. Hilda's), on Tuesday, 3 Sep- 
tember 1 90 1, to Joseph Richard Bagshawe of the Old Rectory, 
Whitby (.son of William Henry Gunning Bagshawe, LL.D., K.C., 
Judge of County Courts, Circuit No. 35, by Harriet Theresa 
his wife, dau. of Clarkson Stanfield, R.A.); born at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, i July 1870, bapt. at the Dominican Priory, 
Haverstock Hill, co. Middlesex ; educated at Beaumont College, 
Old Windsor, and at St. Augustine's College, Ramsgate ; studied 
at South Kensington School of Art, under Van Hove at Bruges, 
and under Hubert Vos, London ; first exhibited at the Royal 
Academy 1897; chief pictures: "In Peril," 1902 "The Eve of a 
Storm," 1901 ; R.B.A. 1904. =j= 



Thomas Montgomerie 
Turnbull, bom at 
Whitehall, Whitby, on 
Saturday, 2 7 May, 
bapt. at St. Hilda's 
Catholic Church, 

Whitby, 7 June 1876; 
educated at Beaumont 
College and at Wad- 
ham College, Oxford, 
matriculated Decem- 
ber 1896, B.A. June 
1900, M.A. 1905 ; 
County Councillor for 
the North Riding, co. 
York. 



194 



John Turnbull of Golden= 
Grove, Ruswarp, near Whitby, 
CO. York ; born at The 
Mount, Whitby, 3 June 1846, 
bapt. at St. Hilda's Catholic 
Church the same day ; edu- 
cated at the Grammar School, 
Whitby, and at St. Cuth- 
bert's, Ushaw ; J. P. for the 
North Riding, co. York. 



=Mary Edgar, dau. of 
Thomas McNaught 
of Dumfries, by 
Elizabeth Burgess 
his wife ; born 14 
April 1847 ; marr. 
by licence at 
the parish church, 
Whitby. 



Reginald March= 
Turnbull of By- 
culla, Broadlands 
Road, Highgate, 
CO. Middlesex ; 
born at Whitby 
2 7 February, bapt. 
at St. Hilda's 
Catholic Church, 
Whitby,3iMarch 
1848. 



Edgar Oswald Turnbull of= 
22 Bagdale, Whitby ; born 
15 January, bapt. at St. 
Hilda's Catholic Church, 
Whitby, 18 February 1872. 



=Ethel, dau. of Henry Owen of 
Birmingham, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of William Turnbull ; marr. 
at Boldmere, co. Warwick, 15 
June 1897. 



I 
John Turnbull, born 
28 July i8g8, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Whitby. 



Kathleen, born 
7 March 1903, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Whitby. 



Muriel Ethel, born 
13 August 1907, 
bapt, at St. Mary's, 
Whitby. 



^Frances Clitheroe, dau. 
of William Kesterson 
of St. Kilda, Mel- 
bourne, Australia ; marr. 
at the British Embassy, 
Paris, on Saturday, 
24 April 1875 ; died 
at Byculla, Broadlands 
Road, Highgate, on 
Thursday, 7 January, 
bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
tery on Tuesday, 1 2 
January 1897, after a 
service at St. Michael's, 
Highgate. 



Beatrice Helen, born at Junction 
Road, Upper Holloway, co. 
Middlesex, 26 August 1876; marr. 
at All Saints', Highgate (by the 
Rev. Edgar Smith), on Saturday, 
26 May 1906, Rudolf Hermann 
Moritz of Highgate (4th son of 
Hermann Moritz of West Bank 
and Hampton Lodge, Highgate, 
by Eliza Matilda his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Martin Kronheim) ; 
bom at Edmonton, co. Middlesex; 
Barrister-at-Law. =^ 
A 



Reginald March Kesterson= 
Turnbull of High Barnet, 
CO. Hertford : born 23 
November 1877, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, Highgate, 
3 January 1879; educated 
at Cholmondeley School, 
Highgate. 



=Addy Gertrude, younger dau. 
of Augustus Clarkson of 
London, by Agatha his wife ; 
born 22 ^Iay 1876; marr. at 
All Saints', Highgate (by the 
Rev. Edgar Smith, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 14 October 1902. 



Reginald March Turnbull, born at The 
Chestnuts, Wood Street, High Barnet, on 
Thursday, 10 January, bapt. 11 May 
1907. 



195 



Everilda, dau. of Richard Smith= 
of Bridgeholm Green, Egton 
Bridge, co. York, by Ann his 
wife, dau. of WilHam Laidler of 
Grosmont, co. York ; born at 
Egton Bridge 1 2 December 
1850, bapt. there; marr. at 
Egton Bridge 12 May 1875; 
died at Fairfield, Newport 
Road, Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, 
23 March 1893, bur. at Cardiff. 
Adirion was granted at Llandaff 
9 June 1893, to Philip Turnbull, 
husband, ist wife. 



=Philip Turnbull of= 
Fairfield, Newport 
Road, Cardiff ; born 
at Whitby, co. York, 
17 April, bapt. at 
St. Hilda's Catholic 
Church, Whitby, 22 
April 1849; educated 
at St. Cuthbert'.s 
College, Ushaw, near 
Durham ; J. P. for co. 
Glamorgan 1894. 



=Jane Keld, dau. of John Webster 
Turnbull, by Jane Keld his wife ; 
born 20 July 1859; marr. at the 
Catholic Church, Sutton Coldfield, 
CO. Warwick, i October 1896; died 
at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 27 
March, bur. at Cardiff 30 March 
1906. Adtnon (with will dated 31 
July 1899), was granted at the 
Principal Registry 7 June 1906, to 
Philip Turnbull, guardian of Mary 
Elsie Turnbull, minor, the residuary 
legatee and devisee. 2nd wife. 



Mary Elsie, born at Cardiff 
I April, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cardiff, 17 April 1898. 



Annie Beatrice, born at Whitby 7 June, bapt. 
at St. Hilda's Catholic Church, Whitby, 18 
June 1876. 



I 
Everilda Alice, born at Cardiff 27 February, 
bapt. at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Cardiff, 
28 February 1878. 



Stanley Turnbull, born at=j=Edith Muriel, youngest dau. 



North Grove, Highgate, 
CO. Middlesex, 14 August, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, High- 
gate, 22 September 1880; 
educated at Cholmondeley 
School, Highgate. 



of David Tod of Eastwood 
Park and of Hartfield, both co. 
Renfrew ; marr. at All Saints', 
Highgate (by the Rev. Edgar 
Smith), on Saturday, 4 May 
1907. 



Stanley Gawain Lawson Turnbull, born 
at Byculla, Broadlands Road, Highgate, 
9 March, bapt. at St. Michael's, High- 
gate, 21 April 1908. 



Oswald Graham Noel Turnbull, 
born at Byculla, Broadlands 
Road, Highgate, 23 December 
1891 ; educated at the Charter- 
house 1903-1908. 



Thomas Lancelot Gawain Turn- 
bull, born at Byculla, Broadlands 
Road, Highgate, 11 October 
1893 ; entered Harrow School 
in 1906. 



196 



Emma Alice, born 17 May, bapt. at St. 
Hilda's Catholic Church, Whitby, co. York, 
23 May 1852 ; marr. there (by the Very 
Rev. Canon Walker) on Wednesday, 16 
May 1877, to Mark Henry Weighill of 
Whitehall, Whitby (eldest son of John 
Weighill of Brunswick House, Whitby) ; 
born at 13 St. Hilda's Terrace, Whitby, 
25 December 1852 ; died at Whitehall, 
Whitby, 9 December, bur. at Whitby 
12 December 1902. =p 
A 



Lewis Robert Turn-= 
bull of Raisdale, 
Penarth, co. Glamor- 
gan ; born at Whitby 
23 January, bapt. at 
St. Hilda's Catholic 
Church, Whitby, 8 
P'ebruary 1857; educa- 
ted at St. Cuthbert's 
College, Ushaw, near 
Durham. 



=PhcEbe (Efifie), eldest dau. 
of Henry Hayes of Lome 
Villa, Whitby, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. of James 
Baker of Whitby ; born 
at Whitby 28 December 
1863, bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. Hilda's Catholic 
Church, Whitby (by the 
Very Rev. Dean Hines), 
on Thursday, i September 
1881. 



Olive (iwendoline, born 
at Cardiff, co. Glamor- 
gan, 26 June, bapt. at 
St. Peter's Catholic 
Church, Cardiff, 4 July 
1882. 



Lewis Cuthbert 
Turnbull, born at 
Cardiff 16 July 
1883, died 8 Sep- 
tember following. 



Cyril Hayes Turnbull, 
born at Cardiff 24 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, Car- 
diff, 6 August 1884. 



Robert Henry Turnbull, 
born at Cardiff 29 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, Car- 
diff, 25 November 1885 ; 
died 9 May 1887. 



Philip Bernard Turnbull= 
of Egton, Cardiff; born 
7 April, bapt. at St. 
Peter's CathoHc Church, 
Cardiff, 13 April 1879; 
educated at Downside 
School, CO. Somerset. 



=Annie Mary Hennessy, dau. of Wilfrid William 
Oates of London, by Ann Mary his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Hennessy ; born at Abbey Road, 
St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, 20 May 1879; 
marr. at the Catholic Cathedral, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester (by the Rev. Canon John Watson), 
10 September 1902. 



Francis Harold 
Turnbull, born 
8 February, bapt. 
at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, 
Cardiff, 16 Feb- 
ruary 1 88 1. 



Kevin Philip Joseph 
Turnbull, born 6 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, Car- 
diff, 8 July 1903. 



Bernard Ruel Turnbull, 
born 16 October, bapt. 
at St. Peter's Catholic 
Church, Cardiff, 20 
October 1904. 



Maurice Joseph Lawson Turnbull, born 
16 March, bapt. at St. Peter's Catholic 
Church, Cardiff, 19 ^Larch 1906. 



Colin Bede Turnbull, born 1 1 October, 
bapt. at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 
Cardiff, 14 October 1907. 



197 



Georgina Mary (Georgie), born 
4 February, bapt. at St. Hilda's 
Catholic Church, W^hitby, co. 
York, 19 F'ebruary i860; marr. 
there (by the Very Rev. Canon 
Molloy) on Wednesday, 6 Sep- 
tember 1882, to Harrison Weighill 
of Mallyan Lodge, Goathland, 
CO. York (son of John Weighill 
of Brunswick House, Whitby) ; 
died 10 October 1897. 

=r 
A 



Wilfrid Oswald Turnbull= 
of Fairmead, Whitby; born 
at The Mount, Whitby, 
1 7 March, bapt. at St. 
Hilda's Catholic Church, 
Whitby, 6 April 1862; 
educated at the Grammar 
School, Whitby, and St. 
Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, 
near Durham ; J.F. for the 
North Riding, co. York. 



=Helen Mary, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Robinson of Alton, 
CO. Stafford, M.R.C.S., by 
Mary Anne his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Mastin Caley of Upp 
Hall, near Louth, co. Lincoln ; 
born at Alton 25 February, 
bapt. at St. John's Catholic 
Church, Alton, 29 February 
1864 ; marr. there (by the 
Rev. John Ullathorne) on 
Tuesday, 23 July 1889. 



Bertrand Turnbull, John Oswin Turnbull, Dorothy, born at Penarth George Turnbull, 

born at Cardiff, co. born at Penarth, co. 4 November 1890, bapt. born at Penarth 22 

Glamorgan, 19 April, Glamorgan, 5 January, at St. Joseph's Catholic August, bapt. at St. 

bapt. at St. Peter's bapt. at St. Joseph's Church, Penarth, 21 Joseph's Catholic 

Catholic Church, Car- Catholic Church, November 189 1. Church, Penarth, 28 

diff", 5 May 18S7. Penarth, 22 February August 1892. 
1889. 



Alice Mary, born at Winifred, born at Penarth 

Penarth 15 October, 4 October, bapt. at St. 

bapt. at St. Joseph's Joseph's Catholic Church, 

Catholic Church, Penarth, 14 October 1897. 
Penarth, 29 October 
1894. 



Wilfred Turnbull, 
born at Penarth 16 
September, bapt. at 
St. Joseph's Catholic 
Church, Penarth, 1 1 
October 1899. 



Gerald Martin Turn- 
bull, born at Penarth 
14 October, bapt. at 
St. Joseph's Catholic 
Church, Penarth, 26 
October 1901. 



Paul Stanislas Turn- 
bull, born 29 June, 
bapt. at St. Peter's 
Catholic Church, 
Cardiff, 6 July 1882. 



Mary Josephine, born 
25 May, bapt. at 
St. Peter's Catholic 
Church, Cardiff, i 
June 1884; died 13 
December 1886, bur. 
at Cardiff. 



Gerard lUtyd Turnbull, 
born at Cardiff 11 
July, bapt. at St. 
Peter'sCatholicChurch, 
Cardiff, 18 July 1886. 



Richard Eric Turnbull, 
born at Cardiff 3 De- 
cember, bapt. at St. 
Peter's Catholic Church, 
Cardiff, 14 December 
1890. 



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INDEX 



Abbott, Eliza, 141; John, 141. 

Abney, Edward, 52 ; Elizabeth, 52 ; Hephzibah, 

52. 
Adams, Emma, 170; Joseph, 170; Joseph Dixon, 

57; J. L., 25; Mary Ann, 170; Rosalie, 25; 

Sarah Coker, 149 ; Simon, 149 ; Rev. William, 

151. 
Adcock, Ellen Jane, 42, 188; Thomas Pickard, 42, 

1 88. 
Addie, Evelyn Agnes Heathcote, 94 ; W. Forrester, 

94- 
Addington, IIon'''= Eveline, 78 ; Hon'''"' Frances, 78 ; 

Georgiana Susan, Viscountess Sidmouth, 78 ; 

Henry, Viscount Sidmouth, 78 ; William Wells, 

Viscount Sidmouth, 78. 
Aiken, Constance Mary, 138 ; Constantia Elisabeth, 

138: Peter Freeland, 138. 
Ainger, Rev. Canon Alfred, 158. 
Ainslie, Anne, 93 ; Euphemia Brown, 93 ; Rev. 

Henry, 93 ; Slabel Bower, 93 ; Rev. Richard 

Montague, 92, 93, 95, 96. 
Airey, Emily Isabella Jane, 88 ; Robert, 88. 
Aitken, Rev. James, 150, 152. 
Alderson, Jane Frances, 160 ; Rev. Samuel Hurry, 

160 ; Rev. William, 78. 
Aldoni, Rev. John Wesley, 94. 
Alexander, Ann, 41 ; Henry, 41. 
Allen, Ellen, 59; Rev. Francis Edwin, 149, 150; 

Mary Elizabeth, 54; William, 54. 
AUis, Anna, 33 ; Anna Maria, ^^j ; Elizabeth, 33 ; 

Francis, 33 ; Haggar, 3^ ; Jacob, 33 ; John, 33 ; 

Martha, 33 ; Thomas, 33 ; Thomas Ilenry, 33. 
Alloway, Charlotte, 109. 
Allright, Rev. Edwin, 181. 
Amherst, Margaret Susan, Lady, 69 ; William 

Amhurst, Baron, 69 ; see also Daniel-Tyssen 

and Tyssen-Amhcrst. 
Amhurst, Amelia, 68; Captain John, R.N., 68; 

Mary, 68. 
Amphlett, Rev. Charles, 6 ; Rev. George le Strange, 

6 ; Lucy Beatrice, 6 ; Mabel Frances, 6. 
Anderson, Rev. David, 95 ; Edith, 46 ; Elizabeth 

Emily Henrietta, 54 ; Dame Fanny Isabella, 88 ; 

F'lorence Percy, 88; George, 54; Sir Henry Percy, 

88 ; Margaret, 54. 
Andrews, Annie Elizabeth, 134; Henry Wyche, 134; 

Rev. William Stephen, 134. 
Anstruther, Elizabeth, 150; Lieut. -Colonel Robert 

Leslie, 150; Sophia Catharine, 150. Ir' "" , 

Appleby, Anne, 61 ; Baker, 61 ; Sophia Louisa, 

61. 
Apte, Adelaide, 47. 
Arbuthnot, Annie Susan Charlotte, 141 ; James 

Woodgate, 141: Marion Fenn, 141. 
Archer, Sarah Ann, 171, 172; Sidney, 171. 
Argyll, Rt. Rev. George Richard Mackarness, Bishop 

of, 46. 



Arkwright, Agnes Mary, 77 ; Alice Lucy Marian, 
80 ; Annie Mary, 80 ; Bertram Harry Godfrey, 
79 ; Charles, 80 ; Edward Harry, 80 ; Ellen, 79 ; 
Ellen Augusta, 80 ; Emma, 77 ; Emma Anne, 79 ; 
Hon''''= Eveline, 78 ; Eustace, 79 ; Eustacie Emma 
Millicent, 79 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 76 ; Fanny Susan, 
76 ; Frances Alice, 79 ; Frances Crawford, 76 ; 
Frances Elizabeth, 77 ; Frances Rafela, 78, 80 ; 
Francis, 78 ; Francis Bertram, 79 ; Frederick, 76 ; 
George, 76 ; Godfrey Edward Pellew, 78, 80 ; 
Rev. Godfrey Harry, 76, 78, 80 ; Grace Emma 
Julia, 79 ; Rev. Henry, 79 ; Henry FitzHerbert, 
So ; Louisa Jane Elizabeth, 78 ; Margaret Louisa, 
78 ; Margery Bertha, 79 ; Marian Hilare Adelaide, 
78, 80 ; Marian Ursula, 78, 80 ; Mary, 76 ; 
Peter, 164; Rachel Winifred, 80; Richard, 76; 
Robert, 76, 77 ; Robert Harry Bertram, 79 ; 
Robert Home Purves, 80 ; Sophia, 77 ; Walter 
George, 78, 80 ; William, 76, 79 ; Rev. William 
Harry, 77-So; William (Philip), 77. 

Armitstead, Jessie Barbara, 105; Rev. John, 105- 

Arnold, Rev. Frederick Montague, 165 ; Katherine 
Adele Madeline, 165 ; Madeline, 165. 

Ash, Caroline Sarah Felicia, 151 ; Rev. George, 

151- 
Askwith, Adelaide Mary, III ; Adelaide Maud 
Haddon, lii; Alice Browning, 106; Anne Jane, 
109 ; Arthur Virian, 109 ; Augusta Kate, 108 ; 
Beatrice Mary, 112; Caroline, 108; Catherine, 
105, 106, 109 ; Cecil Theodore, 108 ; Rev. 
Charles, in, 112; Charles Hamilton, 107; 
Charlotte, 1 10 ; Christian Alice Eugenie, loS ; 
Claud Haddon, no; David Alban, iii; 
Dorothy Haddon, 1 10; Edward Douglas, 112; 
Edward Haddon, no; Rev. Edward Harrison, 
108, 112; Eleanor Isabel, in; Eliza, 106; 
Elizabeth, 105-107, no; Ellen, 106; Emily 
Benigna, 112; Ernest Noel, 109; Evelyn Maud, 
109; Rev. Francis Nowell, 112; Rev. George, 
112; George Ranken, 105, 106; Hannah, 
106; Heber Lowther Haddon, in; Rev. 
Prebendary Henry, 109 ; Henry Francis, 107 ; 
Howard George, 112; James Edgar, 112; Jane, 
105, 109; Lieut. -Colonel John Browning Harrison, 

106 : John Haddon, 105, io6 ; Rev. John Haddon, 
no, in; John Lombe Haddon, in; Judith 
Marjorie, 112; Kate Valentine, 108 ; Leonard 
Henry, 109 : Louisa .Alloway, 109 ; Mabel 
AUoway, 108 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 105 ; Maria 
Eugtnie, 108; Marian, 107 ; Marian Kate, 107 ; 
Marion, 112; Marion Beatrice Sophia, no; 
Mary, 109; Mar)' Ann, no; Mary Douglas, 112; 
Marv Eleanor, in; Robert, '107-109; Ruth 
Winifred, in ; Sarah Nowell. 106, in ; Stephen 
Charles, in: Thomas, 105, 108; Thomas XowcU, 
108; Wilfred, 109 : William, 105, no; Rev. 
William, no; William BajTie, 106; General 
William Harrison, 105-107; Rev. William Henry, 

107 ; Ven''''' William Henr)-, 106-109. 



Atcherley, Ann, I ; Roger, I. 

Atherton, A^'iies Margaret, 23; Sir William, 23. 

Atholl, Charlotte, Duchess of, 177 ; James, Duke of, 

177; John, Duke of, 177. 
Atkenson, J. II., 1S8. 
Atkins, George James Murray, 177. 
Atkinson, Catherine, 105 ; Henry, 105 ; Sarah, 89. 
Atlhill, Adelaide Mary, iii ; Edward Eyre, III; 

Jane, III. 
Auchinleck, Caroline Amelia, 189 ; Ellen Eliza, 189 ; 

John Alexander, 189. 
Auchmuty, Dorcas, 68; Thomas, 68. 
Audus, James, 137; John, 137; Mary, 137. 
Aylcn, .Sarah -Ann, 43. 

Aylesford, Charles Wightwick, Earl of, 120. 
Ayre, Rev. Joseph Watson, 119, 120. 



B 



Bacon, Annie Mary, 80; Sir Edmund, Bt., 79; 

Francis, 80; Jane, 79; Mary, 80; Nicholas, 79. 
Bagnold, Indiana, 180; Captain Thomas Maxwell, 

R.N., 180. 
Bagshawe, Rt. Rev. Edward Gilpin, Bishop of 

Nottingham, 194; Harriet Theresa, 194 ; Janet 

Mildred Alice, 194; Joseph Richard, 194; William 

Henry Gunning, 194. 
Baines, Athelstan Arthur, 26; Lieut. -Colonel Cuthbert 

Athelstan, 26; Eliza, 91 ; Fanny, 91 ; Katharine 

Mary, 26 ; Mary Anne Eliza, 91 ; Sophia, 26 ; 

Thomas, 91. 
Bake, Anne, 45 ; Henry, 45 ; Isabel, 45. 
Baker, Dorothy, 197 ; George, 38 ; James, 197 ; 

Jane, 38 ; William, 38 ; William Frederick, 57. 
Ball, Emily Ball, 144 ; Fanny Ashe, 144 ; Francis 

Coysgurne, 144; Joseph, 140; Joseph Henry, 144; 

Richard, 144; Sarah, 140. 
Bangor, Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, Bishop 

of, lOI. 
Banks, Emily Rosa, 37 ; Esther, 37 ; Richard, 37 ; 

Richard William, 37 ; Willi.am Hartland, 35, 

37- 
Barber-Starkey, Constance Kathleen, 21 ; Margaret 

Aimee, 21 ; Wilham Joseph Starkey, 21. 
Bardsley, Rev. James Wareing, 109. 
Barnard, Rev. Edward, 72 ; Flarriet, 72. 
Baron, F. B., 48 ; .Sophia Sarah, 48. 
Barr, Giles, 167 ; Mary, 167. 
Barrett, Eliza Knox, 76 ; Rev. John, 76. 
Barrie, George, 194 ; Janet, 194. 
Barrington, Clarisse Marie Gabrielle, 133; Isabel 

Maria Constance, 133 ; Rev. Ythil Arthur, 133. 
Barry, Very Rev. Canon Michael, 28. 
Bartholomew, John, 180; William, 180. 
Bartlet, Alexander Henry, 3 ; Frances Harriett, 3. 
Bassett, Sarah Elizabeth, 179. 
Bath and Wells, Rt. Rev. Lord Arthur Charles 

Hervey, Bishop of, 77. 
Bathurst, Rt. Rev. Henry, Bishop of Norwich, 81 ; 

Katherine, 162 ; Robert, 162. 
Baylis, Alice Maria, 46 ; Efifie Marie, 46 ; Sidney 

Herbert, 46 ; William Holland, 46. 
Bayne, Elizabeth Browning, 105 ; William, 105. 
Bayning, Charles Frederick Powlett, Baron, 116; 

Emma, Lady, 116; Henry, Baron, 116. 
Bazalgette, Daniel, 145 ; Margaret, 145. 
Beale, John Henry, 32, 39 ; Mary Eleanor, 32 ; 

Susannah, 32, 39. 
Beale-Browne, Ellen Eliza Ann, lOO ; Ellen Louise, 

100; Lieut. -Colonel George Edward Beale, 100. 
Beauchamp, Rev. Henry Woodrooffe, 135. 
Beaumont, Rev. Frederick Comings, 86. 
de Beauvoir, Richard Benyon, 118. 
Beck, James, 149 ; Ralph Coker Adams, 149 ; Sarah 

Anne, 149 ; Sarah Coker, 149 ; Simon Adams, 

148, 149. 



Becton, Martha, 90. 

Bedford, Susan, 17; Vice-Adniiral William, 17; 
William Fanshawe, 17. 

Bedlington, Matthew, 194. 

Beeby, Rev. James, 169. 

Beecroft, George Skirrow, 137. 

Bell, Anne, 89; Elizabeth, 3; Elizabeth Jane, 130; 
Richard, 130 ; .Scarlet Browne, 3. 

Bellhouse, Rev. Albert Turner, 5; Anne, 5; Harriett 
Dorothy, 5 ; William, 5. 

Bellin, John Banks, 6 ; Lizzie, 6 ; Mary, 6. 

Bendall, Ada Josephine, 49; Agnes Ellington, 49; 
Alfred, 44; Alfred William, 45; Ann, 41 ; Arnold, 
42; Rev. Benjamin Opie, 42, 46-49, 188; Bertie 
Mackarness, 46 ; Campin Wilson, 48 ; Caroline 
Agnes, 44 ; Cecil, 47 ; Charlotte Augusta, 45 ; 
Denis, 41 ; Dora, 41 ; Dorothy Opie, 47 ; Edith, 
47 ; Effie Mary, 46 ; Elizabeth, 41, 49, 185 ; 
Elizabeth Kay, 43, 188; Elizabeth Blanche, 46; 
Ellen, 49 ; Ellen Jane, 42, 18S ; Emma, 43, 46, 
47, 49 ; Emma Alice, 48 ; Ernest Alfred, 44 ; 
Ethel Barbara, 49 ; Ethel Gladys May, 46 ; 
EveljTi Margarita, 48 ; Florence Mary, 45 ; Frances 
Elizabeth, 49 ; Frank Manley, 49 ; Frederic, 48 ; 
Geoffrey Skeat Manley, 49 ; Georgette, 47 ; 
Gerard, 46 ; Gertrude Kate, 46 ; Gladys Catherine, 
46 ; Gladys Filder, 48 ; Godfrey, 42 ; Guy 
Mowbray, 43 ; Harriett, 41, 42, 1S5 ; Harriett 
Alice, 42 ; Helen Mary, 49 ; Herbert, 45 ; 
Howard, 46 ; Isabel, 45 ; Jeanne Marie Louise 
Eugenie, 43 ; Jessica Elizabeth, 45 ; John Manley, 
45 ; John Smith, 48 ; Joseph Richards, 47, 49 ; 
Katherine Emma, 49; Mabel, 44; Manley Forbes, 
44 ; Margaret Emma, 49 ; Margaret Sophia 48 ; 
Maria Louisa, 48 ; Marie Blanche Elizabeth, 44 : 
Marion Ada, 49 ; Martha Alice, 47 ; Martin, 49 ; 
Mary, 44 ; Maud, 42, 44 ; Mercy, 42 ; Mildred, 
44 ; Naomi, 43 ; Nicolas Manley, 44 ; Opie 
Newman, 47; PhiUp Manley, 49; Phcebe, 42, 18S; 
Phyllis May, 49 ; Reginald Sydney Mackarness, 
46; Robert Smith, 42, 43, 1S5, 1S7, 1S8 ; Roland, 
43; Rupert Blanche, 46; Samuel John, 41, 49; 
Sarah, 41, 43; Sarah Harriette, 44; Sidney 
Wilfred, 42 ; Sophia Sarah, 48 ; Sydney, 46 ; 
Theodora Bruce, 43 ; Walter Cecil, 48 ; Wilfred 
Ellington, 45 ; William, 41, 42, 49, 1S5 ; William 
Opie, 42. 

Benn, Charles Edward, 126; Lilias, 126; Mary, 126. 

Bennett, Julia, 143. 

Benson, Most Rev. Edward WTiite, Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 159-161. 

Benyon, Edith Gertrude, 120; Edith Isabel, 121; 
Elizabeth Mary, 118; Emma, Ii6, 121; Edith 
Marion, 122; Gertrude, 121; Hannah, 116; 
Henry Arthur, 122; James Herbert, 119, 121; 
Julia 120; Marion Emma, 119; Richard, 116, 118, 
121 ; Winifred, 122. 

Beresford, Agnes, 78 ; Rev. William, 78. 

Berney, Ann, 81 ; John, 81. 

Berry, Rev. W^illiam, 132. 

Besant, Elizabeth, 51 ; Horace, 51 ; Sarah, 51 ; 
William, 51. 

Bevan, Ven'''" Henry Edward James, 142. 

Bevir, Ernest, 2. 

Biber, Rev. George Eden, 161. 

Bickmore, Rev. Frederick Askew, 69. 

Bidewell, Rev. George John, 30 ; Georgina Sophia, 
30 ; John, 30. 

Bingham, Lady Louisa, 14 ; Richard, Earl of Lucan, 
14. 

Birley, Elizabeth, 20 ; Richard, 20. 

von Bismark-Schierstein, Helen Augusta Wilhelmine, 
Countess, 73 ; Friedrich August Ludwig, Count, 
73 ; Charlotte Henrietta, Countess, 73. 

Blacker, Marjorie Mary, 162 ; Honi"!' Mary, 162 ; 
William, 162. 

Blakelock, Elizabeth, 164; Emma, 164; Ralph, 164; 
Rev. Ralph, 164; Ven'"" Ralph, 164. 



Blois, Eliza Knox, 76 ; Fanny Elizabeth, 76 John 
Ralph, 7fj; Sir John Ralph Bt., 76; Lieut. -Colonel 
William Thornhill, 76. 

Blomeficlil, Rev. George Pinchin Allan, 62 ; Georgiana, 
62; Kathleen Ruth, 62; Rev. Robert .-Xllan, 62. 

Bluck, Edward, 49; Susannah Margaretta, 49. 

Blunt, Rev. Canon Ale.xander Colvin, 20, 80. 

Boardnian, John, 59; Sophia, 59. 

Boddington, I\ev. Thomas Francis, 23, 25. 

Bold, Hugh, 35 ; Rev. Hugh, 35-37 ; Theresa 
Gales, 35. 

Bolden, Anne, 50; William, 50. 

Boltwood, Sarah, 173. 

Bonsor, Eliza Denne, 122 ; Emily Gertrude, 122 ; 
Henry Cosmo Orme, 122; Joseph, 122; Mabel 
Grace, 122. 

Borman, Thomas Johnson, 137. 

Borough, Anne, 89; John, 89. 

Borradaile, Rev. Abraham, 3. 

Boteler, Eliza, 97; William, 97. 

Boulter, Edith, 46 ; Ethel Gladys May, 46 ; Stanley 
Carr, 46. 

Bourke, Anne Kathleen Julia, 193 ; Hon^e Edward 
Roden, 193; Hon'''" Emma Mary Augusta, 193; 
Rev. the Hon*"'" George, 118; Robert, Earl of 
Mayo, 193. 

Bovingdon, John, 32; Sophia, 32. 

Bower, Arthur Perry, 50 ; Charlotte, 91 ; George 
Holme, 51 ; William, 91. 

Bowyer, Maria Anne, 171; William, 171. 

Boyd, Ven'''" Charles Twining, 24. 

Boyle, Verj' Rev. George David, 71. 

Brackenbury, Rev. Robert, 22. 

Bradford, Barbara, 21 ; General Sir Thomas, 21 ; 
Rev. William, 21. 

Bramley, Rev. Henry, 121. 

Brand, James, 122; Mabel Grace, 122. 

BranliU, Amy Charlotte Helena, 125 ; Colonel 
Benjamin Aylett, 125; Champion Edward, 125; 
Mary Anne, 125. 

Eredan, Nora Gladys, 37 ; Richard, 37. 

Breton, Rev. William, 74. 

Brewitt, I-'rnest, 64 ; Ethel Mabel Bolton, 64 
Fanny, 64 ; John, 64. 

Brewster, Alfred Waldegrave, g ; Alice, 9, 10 
Bernard, 9 ; Bertram Bernard, 9 ; Cardinal, 8 
Catherine, 10 ; Christian, 8 ; Cyril James, 10 
Edith, 10 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; Elizabeth Harris, 9 
Elsie, 10 ; Emily, 9 ; Francis Wentworth, 8 
Gertrude, 10; Grace Margaret, 10; Grace Scott, 8 
Harold, 9; Harriet Emma, 9; Herbert Secford, 9 
Joseph Nunn, 8; Margaret, S; Margaret, Clopton 
8 ; Margaret Emma, 10 ; May, 8, 9 ; Muriel, 8 
Percy Stephen, 10; Raymond Charles, lo: Rose, 8 
Stephen Gladstone, 10 ; Sturgeon Nunn, 8 
Rev. Waldegrave, 8-10; Walter Pugh, 8; Walter 
Seckford, 8 ; Walter William, 10 ; William, 8, 10. 

Bridge, Rev. Stephen, 89. 

Bridport, Samuel, Baron, 121. 

Brien, Jane, III ; Lowther, m. 

Bright, Edward Harry, 64 ; Joseph, 175; Mary Ann, 
64 : May Lillian, 64. 

Brindle, Rev. Robert, 28. , 

Broadfield, Patience, 58. 

Brodrick, Hon'''<= William St. John Freniantle, 14. 

Bromley, Anne, 180; George, 180; Samuel, 180. 

Brooke, Anne, Countess, 14 ; Frances Evelyn, 
Countess, 15 ; Francis Richard Charles Guy, Earl, 
14, 15; George Guy, Earl, 14; George, Earl, 14; 
Henrietta, Countess, 14; Henry Richard, Earl, 14; 
Leopold Guy Francis ALaynard, Lord, 15 ; Sarah 
Elizabeth, Countess, 14 ; see also Greville and 
Warwick. 

Brown, Elizabeth, 181 ; Moses, 181 ; Sara, iSi. 

Brownrigg, Jane, 178; Rev. John Studholme, 73; 
Thomas, 179. 

Bryant, Emily Jane, 50 ; Mary, 50 ; William John 
Daniel, 50. 



Buchanan, Rev. Thoma.s Boughton, 103. 
Buckingham, Aubrey Webster, 147 ; Joseph Hicks, 

147 ; Mabel Felizarda, 147. 
Buckshaw, Hannah, 180 ; Henry, 180. 
Buller, Felizarda Matilda, 145, 146 ; Richard, 145, 

146. 
Bulteel, John Crocker, 102 ; Hon^e Mary Elizalwth, 

102. 
Bunny, Clara, 74; J., 74. 
Burchell, Ann, 56 ; Eliz;ibeth Marian, 56 ; William, 

56- 

Burd, Rev. Charles, 99. 

Burdon, Emily Seymour, 146 ; Thomas, 146. 

Burge.ss, Elizabeth, 195. 

Burlton, Charles, 152; Louisa Georgina, 152. 

Burney, Rev. Henry, 147. 

Burrington, Eliza, 185 ; James, 185. 

Burroughes, Anne Kathleen Julia, 193 ; Augusta 
Susanna, 192 ; Caroline Dorothy, 193 ; Catherine 
Mary, 192 ; Christabel, 192 ; Christabel Mary, 
193; Edward, 193; Hon'''" Emily, 193; Emily 
Ellen, 193; Francis George, 193; Henry Negus, 
192 ; Henry Randall, 193 ; Ida, 192 ; James 
Burkin, 192; Jane, 192; Jane Emily, 192; 
Jane Sarah, 192 ; Mary, 193 ; Pamela, 193 ; 
Randall, 193; Rev. Randall, 193; Stephen, 193; 
William, 193. 

Burrow, Anne, 30; Marianne, 30; William, 30. 

Burrows, Rev. William Henry, 3. 

Burton, Aubrey de Sausmarez, 100 ; Rev. Charles 
James, 97 ; Eliza, 97 ; Eliza Julia, 97 ; Ellen 
Louise, 100 ; Rev. James, 97 ; Mary, 97 ; Mary 
Anne, 97. 

Bushby, Caroline Amelia, 189; William, 189. 

Buss, Rev. Septimus, 141. 

Butler, James, 32; .Mary Eleanor, 32. 

Butterworth, Blanche, 74 ; Henry, 8 ; Margaret, 8 ; 
Reginald Wyndham, 73, 74 ; Rosalind Harriet, 
74 ; Thomas Stock, 74. 



C 



Caley, Mary Anne, 198; Samuel Mastin, 19S. 
Calver, EIi7.a, 133; Sarah, 133; William, 133. 
Cameron, Rev. Charles Leslie Lovett, 2. 
Campbell, Rev. Alan Nigel, 159; .\nna Henrietta, 

159; Rev. Archibald, 159; Etheldreda Augusta, 

159: Colonel Walter, 159. 
Canterbury, Most Rev. Charles Thomas Longley, 

Arclil)ishop of, 7S ; Most Rev. Edward White 

Benson, Archbishop of, 159-161. 
Cardwell, Edward, Viscount, 20 ; Rev. Edward, 20 ; 

Elizabeth, 20; Jane, 20; John, 20. 
Carew, Benjamin Francis Hallowell, 87 ; Coralie, 87. 
Carpenter, Rt. Rev. William Boyd, Bishop of Ripon, 

16. 
Carr, Rev. Arthur, 159, 161; Emily Mary Charlotte, 

131 ; Harriet, 131 ; Maty Anne Frances, 53 ; 

Susan, 131; Rev. Thomas Arnold, 46; Rev. 

Thomas William, 131 ; William, 53. 
Car.son, Agnes Mary, 169; John, 169; John Harold, 

169. 
Carter, Eleanor Frances, 2 ; Rev. Henry James, 3 ; 

Sir James, 2 ; James Colebrooke, 2 ; John, 68 ; 

Mary .\nn, 68 : .Mary .^nna, 2 ; Robert, 69, 71. 
Carter (formerly Langh.am), Adelaide Catherine, 166; 

John, 166; Mary .Ann, 166. 
Carthew, Anna, 129; John, 129; Mary Anne, 165; 

Thomas, 165. 
Case, .\ndrew Julian, 123; Caroline Elizabeth, 53; 

Jane Sar.ah, 53 ; John Ashton, 53 ; Lydia 

Marii)uinhas, 129; Robert, 32; Susannah, 32; 

Thomas, 53. 
Cash, Charlotte Henrietta, 94 ; Colonel, 94. 
Cassidy, Rev. Mark Mortimer, 16S. 
Cattcrall, Rev. Robert, 176. 
Caunt, Elizabeth, 164. 



203 



Cecil, Emily Alford, 146 ; Emily Seymour, 146 ; 
Gtorgina Sophia, Marchioness of Exeler, 68 ; Lady- 
Mary Rothes Margaret, 68 ; Lord William, 68 ; 
William Alleyne, Marquess of Exeter, 68 ; William 
Parry, 146. 

Chambers, Eliza, 150; Robert, 150. 

Champneys, \'ery Rev. William Weldon, 141. 

Chance, Arent de Peyster, 99 ; Grace Eleanor, 99 ; 
Maria, 99. 

Chandler, Charles, 2 ; Elizabeth, 33. 

Chapman, Amelia, 175; Kev. Canon, 133; John, 
175 ; Rev. W. J., 176. 

Chappell, Emma, 176; William, 176. 

Charles, Eleanor Isabel, III; John Stevens, III; 
Martha Isabel, III. 

Chase, Edward, 8 ; Elizabeth, S ; Sarah, 8. 

Chatelain, Charles Gaston, 169; Charles Victor, 169; 
Emily Ida, 169 ; Therese, 162. 

Chatterley, Caroline Agnes, 44; William Welden, 44. 

Chavasse, Rt. Rev. Francis James, Bishop of 
Liverpool, 92, 117- 

Chetwood, Constantia Elisabeth, 138; John, 138. 

Chetwynd-Talbot, Charles John, Earl of Shrews- 
bury and Talbot, 15 ; Lady Muriel Frances Louisa, 

'5- 
Chejiesmore, Henry William, Baron, 116. 
Chichester, Annie Jessie, 139; Josephine Agneta 

Mary, 139; Rev. Richard, 139. 
Child, George James, 174; James, 174; Sophia, 174. 
Chopping, Susanna, 176. 
Chrisman, Anne Emma, 44 ; Marie Blanche Elizabeth, 

44 ; Nicolas, 44. 
Christie, Agnes Chichester, 36; Agnes Hamilton, 36; 

William Langham, 36. 
Churcher, Andrew, 167 ; Sarah, 167. 
Churchill, Priscilla, 97 ; Samuel, 97. 
Clare, Samuel, 174; Sophia, 174. 
Clark, Richard Audus, 137. 
Clarke, Darius, 163 ; Eliza, 86 ; Harriet Holister, 

163; Mary Edith Routli, 86; Thomas, 173; 

William Robert, S6. 
Clarkson, Addy Gertrude, 195 ; Agatha, 195 ; 

Augustus, 195. 
Clay, Caroline Elizabeth, 7 ; Henry, 7. 
Clevland, Agnes Hamilton, 36; Augustus Saltrell, 36. 
Clinton, Rev. Charles Fiennes, 192; Ida, 192. 
Clitherow, Christopher, 79 ; Emma Elizabeth, 79. 
Cloncurry, Edward, Baron, 162. 
Clutterbuck, Elizabeth Mary, 118; Rev. James 

Charles, 118; Robert, 118. 
Cobb, Clara, 161 ; Rev. Clement Francis, 23 ; John 

Gerard, 161 ; Mabel, 161 ; Thomas Pix, 161 ; 

Rev. William Francis, 23. 
CobboU, Dorothy, 57 ; Thomas, 57. 
Cocks, Agnes Mary, 77 ; Hon'=i= Ann, 77 ; Hon""": 

John James Thomas Somers, 77. 
Cole, Mary, 77 ; William Wells, 77. 
CoUett, Anna, 129; Sophia, 129; Rev. William, 129. 
Collins, George Samuel, 144 ; John, 144 ; Julia 

Anne, 144 ; Rev. Robert Codrington, 96. 
Colpoys, Sir John, 27. 
Colquhoun, Jane, 50 ; Robert, 50. 
Colton, Mary Magdalen, 147; Rev. William Charles, 

147 ; Rev. William Collins, 147. 
Compton, Rt. Rev. Lord Alwyne, Bishop of Ely, 88. 
Cookworthy, Anna, 140 ; Philip, 140. 
Coope, Edward Jesser, 86 ; Emily, 86 ; Octavius 

Edward, 86 ; Pleasance Susan, ?6. 
Cooper, Anne Nelson, 60 ; Edmund, 60 ; Edward, 

132; Rev. Fred, 94; John, 136; Sarah, 132, 136. 
Coote, Charles, 2, 82 ; Major-General Charles 

George Henry, 2 ; George John, 112: Katherine, 

82; Louisa, 112; Hon''''' Louisa, 2; Marion, 112; 

Maud, 2. 
Copeman, Adelaide Mary Anne, 166; Elizabeth, 166; 

George, 166; Rev. Robert, 166. 
Copleston, Rt. Rev. Reginald Stephen, Bishop of 

Colombo, 24. 



Corbould, Eleanor Catherine, 187. 

Corfe, Arthur Thomas, 1S4 ; Rev. Arthur Thoma.s, 

1S4; Caroline, 184: Frances, 1S4. 
Corniick, Amelia Harriett, 68 ; Edward, 68. 
Cotton, John, 3; Sarah Emily, 3; Sophia C, 3. 
Coulson, Anna Louisa, 35, 37 ; John, 37 ; Mary, 37 ; 

Thomas, 37 ; Walter John, 35, 37. 
CounsoU, Irene, 1 88. 
Coupland, Harriet, 177; W'illiam, 177. 
Courthope, Alexander, 131 ; Anna, 129; George, 

129; George Campion, 129; George John, 129; 

William Francis, 129, 131. 
Courtown, James, Earl of, 24 ; Mary, Countess of, 24. 
Cowen, Charles, 68. 
Cowper, Amy Fridswede, 36 ; Francis Booker 

Fitzroy, 36 ; Francis Boynton Locke, 36 ; Jane 

Cranstoun, 36. 
Coxwell, Eleanor, 97 ; John, 97. 
Coxwell-Rogers, Ellen Eliza Ann, 100 ; Richard 

Rogers, 100. 
Crabbe, Arthur Bingham, 86 ; Edward, 86 ; 

Pleasance Edith, 86. 
Cranbrook, Gathorne, Earl of, 157. 
Crawford, Robert, 123; Sarah, 123. 
Crawley, Rev. Robert Townsend, 124, 125. 
Creecy, Alice, 96. 

Creighton, Rt. Rev. Mandell, Bishop of London, 37. 
Cremorne, Richard Thomas, Baron, 2. 
Crews, Charles, 148. 
Crickmer, Marion Beatrice Sophia, 1 10 ; Sophia, 

no; Rev. William Burton, no. 
Cridland, Rev. Alexander John, 88 ; Margaret Mary, 

88. 
Cripps, Ada, 104 ; Edmund William, 104 ; Egerton 

Tymewell, 104 ; Frederick William Beresford, 73 ; 

Helen Augusta Wilhelmine, 73 ; Hilda Katherine 

Gambler, 104 ; Maria Harriet Arabella, 73 ; Mary 

Anne, 73 ; \Vilfred Joseph, 73 ; William, 73. 
Crisp, Frederick Arthur, 181. 
Crispe, Anne, iSo ; Clara, 181 ; Clement, 180; 

Eliza, iSo; Elizabeth, 181; Hannah, iSo ; 

Indiana, 180 ; Louisa, 180; Thomas, 180; 

Thomas Edward, 181; Violet Marie, 181; William, 

180; Winifred Ida Gertruy, 181. 
Crompton, John Gilbert, 76. 
Cromwell, Rev. Dr., 16S. 
Crosfield, Eliza, 91 ; Lucy, 91 ; Simon, 91. 
Cruickshank, Amelia Caroline, 72 ; Rev. Edward 

Robert, 72; Harriet, 72; Robert, 72. 
Crundall, Ellen, 39. 
Cubitt, Rev. Benjamin Lucas, 193 ; Christabel Mary, 

193 ; Edward George, 193 ; Emma, 193. 
Cundall, Ellen Jane, 42, 188; Sarah Martha, 42; 

Walter, 42, 18S. 
Cunningham, Catherine, 92: Colonel Charles, 150; 

Charles Rundall, 150; James, 149 ; Mary, 149; 

Mary Sophia, 150: Stuart, 92. 
Cure, Rev. Edward Capel, 75. 
Currie, Claude George Ironside, 152 ; Geraldine 

Mabel, 152 ; Hon*"'' Laura Sophia, 131 ; Mary 

Sophia, 131 ; Rev. Maynard Wodehouse, 131 ; 

Raikes, 131 ; Major-General Robert Hamilton, 152. 
Curtis- Hay ward, Colonel John Frederick, 73. 
Cuthbert, Fanny Isabella, 88 ; Rev. George, 5 ; 

William, 88. 

D 

Dalley, John, 156; Lucy, 156. 

Dalling, Frances Anne, 19; Sir John, Bt., 

19; Captain John Windham, R.N., 19; Dame 

Louisa, 19. 
Dalrymple, Dame Charlotte, 77 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 

19; Dame Frances, 19, 22; Dame Frances 

Elizabeth, 77; Frances Mary, 22; Sir Hew, Bt., 
■^ 76; Lieut. -Colonel Sir Hew Hamilton, Bt., 77; 

Lieut. -General Sir Hew Whiteford, Bt., 19, 22; 

Lieut. -General Sir John, Bt., 77. 



204 



Damant, Emily, 9 ; Guylxin, 9. 

Dane. Cailierine, 173. 

Daniel, Kev. Charles John, 73 ; Dorcas, 68 ; John, 
68 : John Wilkes, 59 ; Margaret, 4, 5 ; Martin 
Long, 5 ; Martin Theixiore, 4 ; Owen Kisher, 4, 5 ; 
Winifred Emily Mary, 4. 

Daniel-Tyssen, Alice Edwyna (Queenie), 75; Amelia, 
6S ; Amelia Caroline, 72 ; Amelia Harriett, 61 ; 
Amelia Julia Bruce, 73; Amherst, 71, 72, 75; 
Augustus Robert Bruce, 75 ; Blanche Harriet, 74 ; 
Caroline, 69 ; Caroline OctaN-ia Wilhelmina, 75 ; 
Cassandra Mary Amelia, 75 ; Charles Amherst, 
69-71, 75; Charlotte, 69; Edith Alice, 75; Eliza 
Julia, 73 ; Ellen Blanche, 75 ; Francis Augustus, 
75 ; Francis Sanmel, 68, 73 ; Geoffrey Amherst, 

74 ; Harriet Caroline, 72 ; Janet Clara, 74 ; John 
Robert, 69, 72 ; Louisa Dorcas, 69 ; Margaret, 
74 ; Maria Harriett Arabella, 73 ; Mary Adela 
Amherst, 74 ; Mar)' Ann, 68, 166 ; Rev. Ridley, 
68, 71-74; Rosalind Harriet, 74; Samuel Roland, 

75 ; Thomas Auchmuty, 73 ; Wilfred Heming 
Amherst, 75 ; William George, 68, 166 ; William 
George Tyssen, 68 ; William George Wyndhani, 
73 ; see also Amherst and Tyssen-Amherst. 

Dannes-Kiold-Samso, Christian, Count, 163 ; Mary, 

Countess, 163. 
Darnell, Rev. James, 132. 
Dashwood, Charles, 165 ; Georgiana Louisa, 165 ; 

Mar)" Anne, 165. 
Dandson, Rev. Arthur Aimitstead, 34; Rev. Randall, 

79- 
DaWes, Esther, 37, 187; Frances, 184; Francis John, 
18; Rev. Grimaldi, 94; Rev. John, 1S4 ; William, 

37- 
Davis, Blanche, 74 ; Lydia, 167 ; William, 167. 
Dawson, Augusta, 108 ; Hon'''' Louisa, 2 ; Marian, 

107 ; Richard, 2 ; Richard Thomas, Baron 

Cremorne, 2 ; William, 107, 108. 
Day, Dinah, 189; James, 189. 
Deacon, Anna, 129; Anna Beatrice, 130; Bassano, 

129; Bessie May, 130; Catherine Charlotte, 131 ; 

Ellen Bassano, 131 ; Frances Elizabeth, 130; 

Harriet, 131 ; John, 129, 130; John Francis 

William, 130, 131; Lucy Katherine, 130; Lucy 

Sophia Jane, 130; Lucy Sophie, 131; Alary, 129; 

Mary Sophia, 131 : Sara, 129 ; Sophia, 129, 130; 

William Samuel, 129- 131. 
Deane, .A. , 7 ; Elizabeth, 7. 
Deedes, Yen''''' Brook, 158. 
Delme, Frances, 177; John, 177; Julia, 177. 
Denison, Rt. Rev. Edward, Bishop of Salisbury, 

loi ; Henry, 81 ; Lieut. -Colonel Henr)', 82 ; 

John, 81 ; Stephen Charles, Si ; Susan Anne 

Frances, 81. 
Denman, Charlotte, 104 ; Hon*"'' George, 104 ; Grace, 

104. 
Derby, Frederick Arthur, Earl of, 117. 
Dew, Lucy Beatrice, 6 ; Tomkyns, 6. 
Dewar, Alexander, 84; Anne, 84. 
Dewe, Rev. John James, 90 ; Mary, 90 ; Rev. 

William Mills, 80. 
Dey. John, no; Sophia, no. 
Dickin, Harriett, 4; John, 4. 
Dickson, Charles Husband, 59; James Herbert, 59; 

Lucy Mary, 59 ; Sophia, 59. 
Diggens, Rev. William Alfred, 46. 
Dixon, Eliza, 34; Thomas, 34. 
Dixon- Hartland, Dame Agnes Chichester, 36; Amy 

Fridswede, 36; Sir Frederick Dixon, Bt., 34-36; 

Dame Grace Amy, 36 ; Mary Grace, 37 ; Nora 

Gladys, 37; Theresa Roma, 36 ; see also Hartland. 
Dobbs, Conway Richard, 27 ; 01i\'ia Nichola, 27. 
Dobson, Rev. Thomas R., 75. 
Donaldson, Rev. St. Clair, 141. 
Donne, Rev. Charles Edward, 147. 
Douglas, Robert Percy, 25. 
Dowson, John Withers, 189. 
Draper, Rev. William Henry, 104. 



Drew, Alice, 18; Colonel George, 18. 

Druce, Rev. Gerald William, 134. 

Drummond, Frances Jemima, 71; Grace Scott, 8; 
Hon''''= Geraldine Margaret, 71 ; John Murray, 71 ; 
Malcolm, 71; Ralph, 8. 

Duckworth, Dame Anne, 25; Lieut. -Colonel George 
Henry", 25; Admiral Sir John Thomas, Bt., 25; 
Penelope, 25. 

Dugdale, Lady Eva Sarah Louisa, 16 ; F'rank, 16 ; 
James, 16; John Stratford, 14; Mary Louisa, 16. 

Duncombe, Charles William Rt^nald, Viscount 
Helmsley, 15 ; Marjorie Blanche Eva, Viscountess 
Helmsley, 15; Muriel Prances Louisa, Vis- 
countess Helmsley, 15 ; William Ernest, Earl of 
Feversham, 15; William Reginald, Viscount 
Helmsley, 15. 

Dunne, Rev. Charles, 6. 

Dunsmure, James, 69 ; Margaret, 69. 

Dunsmuir, Emily Ellen, 193 ; Joan Olive, 193 ; 
Hon'''' Robert, 193. 

Durant or Durrant, Ann, 180; Joseph, 180; Louisa, 
103; Percy Crispe, 180; Richard, 103; Tliomas 
Hall, 180. 

Durham, Rt. Rev. the Hon"*'' Henry Montagu 
Villiers, Bishop of, 71. 



Eagleton, Rev. Charles James, 157, 158. 
Eales, Mary Anne, 62 ; William, 62. 
Eardley-Wilmot, Edward Gwynne, 128 ; Frances 

Gwynne, 128; Jane Millicent, 128; Robert, 128. 
Earle, Rt. Rev. Alfred, Bishop of Marlborough, 

141. 
Eaton, Henr)" Enderby, 1 16 ; Henry William, Baron 

Cheylesmore, 116; Inna, 116. 
Eddis, Rev. John Elwin, 141. 
Eddowes, Eleanor, 53 ; William King, 53. 
Eden, Rev. Canon Robert, 86. 
Edgell, Elisabeth, 146; Rev. John, 146; Mary, 146; 

Rev. William Charles, 146. 
Ediss, Sarah, 51. 
Edwards, Ada Frances Julia, 187 ; Rt. Rev. Alfred 

George, Bishop of St. Asaph, 94; Ann, 173; 

Charles Arthur Watkin, 187 ; Rev. Ebenezer 

Wood, 73 ; Ellen, 38 ; James, 38 ; Mary, 186 ; 

William, 186. 
d'Egaje, Monsieur, 74. 
Eldon, John, Earl of, 70. 
Ellington, Elizabeth, 49 ; Richard, 49. 
Elliot, Louisa Charlotte, 142 ; Rev. William, I42. 
Elsted, Lucretia Helena, 61. 
Elwin, Rev. WhitweU, 116. 
Ely, Rt. Rev. Lord Alwyne Compton, Bishop of, 88 ; 

Rt. Rev. James Russell Woodford, Bishop of, 116, 

117. 
Emerson, Mary, 136. 
Emly, Emma Goodenough, 183; Rev. Frederick 

Septimus, 183; Giles, 183; Samuel, 183. 
English, Rev. Charles, 9 ; Emily, 9 ; John, 9. 
Evans, Mar\-, 58 ; Rev. Thomas Simpson, 175 ; 

William, 58. 
Ewbank, Rev. Henry, 25. 
Exeter, Georgina Sophia, Marchioness of, 68 ; 

William AUeyne, Marquess of, 68. 
Eyre, George, 80 ; Penelope, 80. 



Fa^e, John, 32, 39; Kate, 32, 39; Mary Ann, 

39- 
Fairclough, Anne, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Faithful!, Rev. George David, 97. 
Falkenburg, Elizabeth, 125; Emma, 125; William, 

125. 



Fanshnwc, Agnes Elizabeth Hustler (Nesta), 23 ; 
Alice, iS ; Alice Eliza Jane, 20; AUhea Edwige, 
21 ; Anna Paulina Mary, 28 ; Anne, 20, 27 ; 
Anne Louisa, 26 ; Anne VVilliamena, 22 ; Annie, 
29; Admiral Sir Arthur, 17, 24 27; Rev. Arthur 
Adolphus, 19, 25, 27, 28 ; Admiral Sir Arthur 
Ualryniple, 19 ; Arthur Hope, 23 ; Arthur Hugh 
Bradford, 23; Barbara, 21; BarVjara Evelyn, 23; 
Basil Hew, 25; Basil Thomas, 17; Caroline, 18; 
Catherine, 18; Rear-Admiral Charles, 17; General 
Charles, 22; Charles Alexander, 21; Charles 
Harding, 23; Charlotte, 27; Christiana, 17; 
Constance Kathleen, 21; Cordelia, 19; Lieut. - 
General Edward, 19, 22 ; Colonel Edward Arthur, 
27 ; Edward Cardwell, 18, 20 ; Admiral Sir 
Edward Gennys, 19, 20, 22, 27 ; Edward 
Hugh, 18; Edward Leighton, 27; Elizabeth, 
17; Ellen, 28, 29; Ethel Jane, 18; Evelyn 
Dalrymple, 2S ; Evelyn Leighton, 20, 21 ; Evelyne 
Katherine Isabel, 29 ; Frances, 27 ; Frances Alice, 
26 ; Frances Alice Mary, 19 ; Frances Anne, 19 ; 
Frances Elizabeth, 22 ; Frances Mary, 22, 23 ; 
Frances Rose, 27 ; Frances Sophia, 21 ; Frederick, 
23 ; Rev. Frederick, 22, 25, 27 ; Frederick 
Bradford, 21, 23 ; Frederick Edward, 25 : General 
George, 21 ; Colonel George Dalrymple, 22, 24 ; 
George Drew, 18; George Hew, 28; Rev. Gerald 
Charles, 18, 22, 23, 26; Grizilda Emma, 22; 
Guy Dalrymple, 22 ; Harriet, 20, 26 ; Henry 
Leighton, 27 ; Rev. Henry Leighton, 25, 26, 28 ; 
Hew Bradford, 21 ; Colonel Hew Dalrymple, 21, 
28; Jane, 29; Dame Jane, 20; Jeanette Ellen, 
28 ; John Edward, 26 ; Katharine Mary, 26 ; 
Kathleen Maud, 18 ; Leighton Dalrymple, 19, 23 ; 
Mabel Frances, 24 ; Margaret, 27 ; Margaret 
Arabella, 26 ; Marianne, 23 ; Marianne Ellen 
(May), 23; Marjorie Hope, 23; Mary, 23, 24, 
27, 29 ; Mary Louisa, 25 ; Mary Morforwyn, 26 ; 
Maud Mary, 24; Morforwyn Mary Leveson, 26; 
Penelope, 25 ; Ralph, 23 ; Renea Leighton, 22 ; 
Richard Arthur, 23 ; Richard Dalrymple, 21 ; 
Richard Gennys, 27 ; Richard Michael, 21 ; 
Robert, 26 ; Colonel Robert, 29 ; Captain 
Robert, R.N., 17, 21; Robert Dalrymple, 19; 
Robert Macaulay, 27 ; Rosalie, 25 ; Sarah, 27 ; 
Dame Sarah Frances, 19 ; Stella Catherine 
Hope, 23; Susan, 17; Susan Cordelia, 19, 26; 
Thomas Bradford, 21 ; Rev. William Dalrymple, 
21-23; Winifred Edith, 20; Zilla Mary, 25. 

Farr, John, 83 ; Lorina, 83. 

Farrar, Emma, 176. 

Farrer, Very Rev. Frederick William, 16. 

Fawson, Emma Goodenough, 183 ; John, 183. 

Fellowes, Hon'''= Agatha Eleanor Augusta, iiS; 
Hont''" Ailwyn Edward, Il6-Il8; Hon'''"^ Alexandra 
Frances Anne, 117; Alfred Reeve, 87; Alfred 
Rupert, 87 ; Ann, 81 ; Anna Susan, 82 ; Annette 
Mary Audley, 87 ; Barbara Maud, 85 ; Bessie 
Baylan, 83; Carol Arthur, 119; Rev. Charles, 81, 
86, 116; Charles James, 83, 85; Constance 
Gwendoline, 84 ; Hon'"'' Coulson Churchill, 
118; Cyril, 85; Diana Rosamund, 118; 
Edward, 116; Edward, Baron de Ramsey, 
117; Edward Hall, 83; Rev. Edward Lyon, 83, 
S4-S6, 88 ; Elizabeth Pleasance, 83 ; Emily Frances 
Annie, 88; Emily Gertrude, 122; Emma, 116, 
121 ; Eric William Edward, 119; Evelyn Kenneth, 
88 ; Evelyn Napier, 81, 83, 84, 88; Florence Percy, 
88 ; Frederick, 84 ; Frederic William, 83, 88 ; 
George, 85; Georgina Charlotte, 122: Gertrude 
Charlotte, 119, 121 ; Hon'''« Gladys Cecil Georgina, 
120; Hon"'^ Guendolen Dorothy, 118; Harold, 
85; Harriett Hall, 82; Hedworth George 
Ailwyn, 119; Rev. Henry Cecil, 86; Hon'''" 
Hermione Frances Caroline, 120 ; Hilda, 85 ; 
Ida Sinclair, 83; Hon''''= Inna, 116; Isabel 
Grace, 85; James, 82, 119, 121; Colonel 
James, 82; James Herbert, 118, 119, 121; 



James William, 82 ; James William Kyrle, 82 ; 
Dame Jeannie, 83 ; Admiral .Sir John, h^ ; Rev. 
John, 81; Rev. John Adolphus Liddell, 88; 
Lavinia, 116 ; Lorina Adela Maude, 87 ; 
Louisa Christian, 84 ; Lyon Cecil, 86 ; Margaret 
Rosamond, 84 ; Marjorie Isabel, 85 ; Mary 
Edith Roulh, 86 ; Mary Julia, Lady de 
Ramsey, 117; Hon''''= Maud Mariquita Helen, 
118; Miriam Chevallier, 85; Nora Moore, 
82 ; Percy Alwyne, 88 ; Plea.sance Edith, 86 ; 
Pleasance Marjorie, 88 ; Pleasance Susan, 86 ; 
Hon'''" Reginald Ailwyn, 119; Reginald Oclavius, 
84,88; Reginald William Lyon, 88 ; Robert, 81, 
85, 116; Ronald Townshend, 118; Rosamond Jane 
Frances, Lady de Ramsey, 117; Rosamond Sophie, 
84 ; Susan, 81 ; Susan Anne Frances, 81 ; Susanna 
Catherine, 82; Hon''''' Sybil Inna Mildred, 120; 
Thomas Lyon, 84, 87 ; Rev. Thomas Lyon, 83-S6, 
116, 117, 122; William, 116; Rev. William, 84 ; 
William Henry, ii6, 121 ; William Henry, Baron 
de Ramsay, 117; Wynefred, 88; Zoe Pleasance, 

85. 
Fellows, Caroline Peters, 177 ; Harriet Coupland, 
■77, 178; Harvey Winson, 177, 178; Thomtus, 

177- 
Fenwick, Rev. John Edward Addison. 76. 
Fermoy, Edmund Burke, Baron, 157. 
Fernie, Christina Linn, 96 ; David, 94 ; Dora Kerr, 

94; Henry, 96. 
Fernihough, Charlotte, 94 ; Edward Crudgenton, 94. 
Ferris, Rev. Thomas Boys Barraclough, 175. 
Fevershani, William Ernest, Earl of, 15. 
Figgis, Rev. John Neville, 190. 
Filder, Evelyn Margarita, 48 ; Mary, 48 ; William 

Martin, 48. 
Finch, Charles Wightwick, Earl of Aylesford, 120 ; 

Rev. Frederick Charles, 167 ; Gladys Cecil 

Georgina, Lady Guernsey, 120; Ileneage Greville, 

Lord Guernsey, 120. 
Firmin, Rev. John Palmer, 159. 
Fisher, Elizabeth Copland, 4 ; Emily Bishop, 4 ; 

Margaret Isabel, 85 ; Robert, 85 ; Thomas 

Richard, 4. 
Fitzgibbon, Catherine Delia, 29 ; Thomas Gibbon, 29. 
FitzHenry, Edward Henry, 93 ; Mary, 93 ; Mary 

Bower, 93 ; Samuel, 93. 
FitzHerbert, Dame Agnes, 78 ; Frances Rafela, 78, 

80; Sir Henry, Bt., 78, 80; John Knight, 78; 

Rev. Richard, 76, 77- 
Fitzroy, Blanche Adeliza, 15; Henry, 15. 
Fleming, Rev. Canon James, 120. 
le Fleming, Anne Jane, 92 ; Elizabeth Constance, 

92; Major-General George Cumberland Hughes, 

92. 
Fletcher, Ellen Blanche, 75 ; Wellesley Pole, 75 ; 

William, 75. 
Flint, Anne, 45: Peter, 45. 
Flower, Augusta Frances Ellen, 142 ; Georgians 

Rosetta, 142; Sir William Henry, 142. 
Foote, Anna Laura, 184; Charles, 184; Vice-Adniiral 

Sir Edward James, 25; Elizabeth, 25; Henry, 182; 

James, 182; Jane Harvey, 182; Mary Anne, 184. 
Ford, Alexander, 168; Frances, 168. 
Fortescue, Elizabeth Stotherl, 98 ; Frederick Joseph, 

98. 
P'ortune, Euphemia Brown, 93; George, 93. 
Forty, Elizabeth, 132; Richard, 132. 
Forwood, Alexandra Gladys, 96 ; Alithea Maria, 

96; Sir Arthur Bower, Bt., 91; Arthur 

Dudley, 92; Arthur Noel, 94; Aurea Maud, 

94 ; Barbara Mary, 93 ; Brittain Peploe, 92 ; 

Cecil Sheridan, 95; Charlotte, 91, 94; Charlotte 

Eleanor (Lottie), 93; Dora Kerr, 94; Doreen 

Gordon, 94 ; Dorothy Mary, 95 ; Sir Dudley 

Baines, Bt., 91, 92; Edith, 93; Dame Elizabeth 

Constance, 92 ; Emily Crosfield, 91 ; Emily Jane, 

95 ; Eric Baines, 94 ; Ernest Harrison, 95 ; Ernest 

Lockton, 95 ; Esther Moss, 92 ; Ethel Charlotte, 92 ; 



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Evelyn Agnes Heathcote, 94; Faith Octavia, 
96; Georye, 91 ; George Frederick, 94; George 
Peploe, 94; Harold Stanley, 92; Harriet Bower, 
94 ; Helen (Nellie), 96 ; Ida, 93 ; Ida Baines, 93 ; 
Jessie Bower, 96 ; Kate Childs, 92 ; Kathleen 
Shirley, 96 ; Kitty, 95 ; Lucy, 91 ; Mabel, 95 ; 
Mabel Bower, 93 ; Margaret Harriett, 91 ; 
Margaret (Madge), 95 ; Margaret Maud, 95 ; 

, .Margery, 96 ; Mary, 91 ; Dame Mary Anne Eliza, 
91 ; Mary Bower, 93 ; Dame Mary Eleanor, 92 ; 
Mary Georgina, 94 ; Mary Pirn, 94 ; Maud, 94 ; 
Mildred Lucy, 92; Muriel Edith, 93; Dame Norali 
Isabella, 92 ; Percy Leech, 96 ; Reginald, 93 ; 
Stanley Muspratt, 95; Sydney Brittain, 96; Talbot 
Brittain, 93; Thomas Brittain, 93; Thomas Friend 
Brittain I'eploe, 91; William Miles Moss, 94; 
Sir William Bower, 91, 92. 

Fosbery, Rev. T. Vincent, 178. 

Foulerton, Mary Grace, 90 ; Captain Robert, R.N., 
90. 

Fountaine, Andrew, 70 ; Hannah, 70 ; Mary, 70. 

Fox, Charles, 145; Sir (Charles) Douglas, 112; 
Florence, 145; Dame Mary, 112; Marj' Douglas, 
112; Sarah Frances, 19; Susan Cordelia, 19, 26; 
William, 19, 26 ; William Fanshawe, 26. 

Foye, Rev. John Joseph, 90. 

France, Rev. Thomas, 159. 

de Franquetot, Augustin Louis Joseph Casimir 
Gustave, Due de Coigny, 77 ; Georgine Jane 
Elizabeth Fanny, 77. 

Freeling, Rev. George Noel, 4. 

Freeman, Alice Anna, 191 ; Barbara Helen, 190 ; 
Bertha Prudence, igi ; Charles, 191 ; Charles 
Edward, 191; Charles Robert, 190; Dinah, 189; 
Dinah Bertha Elizabeth, 191 ; Edgar Henr)-, 191 ; 
Edith Helen, 190 ; Elizabeth, 191 ; Elizabeth 
Rachel, 190; Ellen, 189; Ellen Eliza, 189; 
Ernest Arthur, 191; Henrj', igo; Henr)- Holt, 
189; Henry Layton, 190; James, 189; James 
Edward Hutton, 190; Joseph Hutton, 189, 190; 
Katharine Maria, 190; Martins Sydney, 191; 
Mary Eliza, 190; I'ercival James, 191; Piddock 
Day, 191 ; Prudence, 191 ; Richard Saddler, 191 ; 
Robert, 189, 191 ; Sarah, 191 ; Sarah Ellen, 1S9 ; 
Travers Henry Moon, 191. 

Fremlin, Marianne Ellen (May), 23; William Arthur, 

23- 
Fulcher, Captain, 85 ; Emily, 86. 
Furse, Rev. Charles Wellington, 74. 
Fynes-Clinton, Anna Maria Isabella, loi ; Henry, 

loi ; Katherine, loi. 



Gabb, Rev. James Frederick Secretan, 34. 

Gaitskell, James Frederick, 152 ; Rev. John, 152; 

Marian Frances, 152. 
Gambler, James, Lord, loi ; Louisa, loi ; Mary, 

loi ; Samuel, loi. 
Gamble, Rev. Henry Reginald, 162. 
Ganton, Rev. Robert, 173. 
Gardner, Rev. Edward, 150; Elizabeth, 150. 
Gamier, Frances, 177; (jeorge Charles, 177; Rev. 

Thomas, 177. 
Garrick, Rev. James Percy, 23. 
Gascoyne-Cecil, Hon'''" Alicia Margaret, 70; Lord 

Eustace Brownlow Henrj', 70 ; Evelyn, 70 ; 

Lady Gertrude Louisa, 70 ; Rev. Lord William 

Rupert Ernest, 70. 
Gathorne-Hardy, Gathorne, Earl of Cranbrook, 157 ; 

Lady Margaret Evelyn, 157. 
Gee, Alice Edwyna (Queenie), 75; Horace Randolph, 

75 ; Rev. Canon Richard, 105 ; Robert, 75. 
Gem, Rev. Hubert Arnold, 175. 
Gennys, Christiana, 17; John, 17. 
George, Annie Isabelle, 151 ; Helen Mary, 151 ; 

William Balwin, 151. 



Gibson, Mary Jane, 24 ; William Charles, 24. 
Gilbert, Rev. John Ernest, 108 ; John Wilson, 81 ; 

Joseph, 182; Sarah, 182; William, 182. 
Gilder, ^Iargaret Harriett, 91 ; William, 91. 
Gillman, Eliza Anne, 18; .St. Lcger Haward, 18. 
GlanviUe, Rev. Edward Fanshawe, 17 ; Elizabeth, 

17; Elizabeth Mary, 17; Francis, 17; Sir John, 

17 ; Sarah, 17. 
Glazebrook, Ellen, 164; Samuel, 164. 
Glyn, Rev. the Hon'''<= Edward Carr, 88 ; Rev. Sir 

George Lewen, Bt., 152. 
Goddard, Caroline, 184 ; Clara, 175 ; Emma Goode- 

nough, 183 ; Fanny Maskelyn, 183 ; Frederick, 
■ 175; Jane, 182; Jane Har\-ey, 182; John Harvey, 

182 ; Mabel, 175 ; .Mary Anne, 182, 184 ; Mary 

Katherine, 184; Sarah, 182 ; William, 182; Rev. 

William Charles Gilbert, 182-184; William Gilbert, 

182-184. 
Godden, William, 131. 

Godson, Catherine Sarah, 132; Stephen, 132. 
Goff, Elizabeth, 141 ; Jane, 141 ; Joseph, 141. 
Going, Alexander, 192; Ida, 192; Wilhelmina, 192; 

William Henry, 192. 
Goldfinch, General Sir Henr)', 25 ; Dame Katherine 

Elizabeth, 25 ; Mary Louisa, 25. 
Goodacre, Ann, 175; Elizabeth, 175; William, 

■75- 
Goodchild, Florence Mar)', 171 ; Maria Anne, 17 1 ; 

Thomas, 171; William Bowyer, 171. 
Goodenough, Sarah, 1S2; .Stephen, 182. 
Goodrick, Rev. Robert, 182. 
Gordon, Dora Helen, 94; John Forbes, 94; J. II., 

l6 ; Lily, 16; Jlaud, 94; William, 90. 
Gore, Rev. Canon Charles, 102. 
Gorst, Esther Moss, 92; Thomas, 92 ; Walter Leigh, 

92- 
Goschen, Alexander Heun, 162; Hon'''' Alice, 158; 
Angela, 158; Ann Helen, 160; Arthur Alec, 
162; Augusta Eleanor, 159; Hon"" Beatrice 
Mary, 158; Catharine, 160; Charles Henry, 162; 
Charles Hermann, 156, 160 ; Charlotte Ernestina, 
160; Christian, 159; Christian Eleanor Margaret, 
159 ; Christopher Gerard, 162 ; Hon'''« Cicely 
Winifred, 157; Edward Henr)-, 163; Emily Louisa, 
161 ; Etheldreda Augusta, 159; Fanny Elizabeth, 

161 ; Hon''''= P'anny Evelyn, 158; Florence Made- 
leine, 160; Geoffrey Shakerley, 161 ; George Gerard, 
163; George Joachim, 156; George Joachim, 
Viscount, 156, 157 ; Hon'"''' George Joachim, 157; 
Hon""'" Geraldine Elizabeth, 158 ; Dame Harriet 
Holister, 163; Helen Mary, 160; Henrietta, 156; 
Henrietta Barbara, 156; Henry, 156, 159: Hilda, 
Marion, 161 ; Hugh Kenneth, 162 ; John Alexander, 
158; Kathleen Eleanor, 161; Kenneth, 162: Laura 
Sophia, 162: Lucy, 156; Hon'''" Lucy Maud, 157; 
Mabel, 161 ; Margaret, 160 ; Margaret Elsie, 161 ; 
Margaret Evelyn, Viscountess, 157 ; Marion, 162 ; 
Marjorie Dora, 162 ; Marjorie Mary, 162 ; Mary, 
163; Mary Charlotte, 157; Hon'''' Phyllis 
Evelyn, 157; Rosemary, 15S ; Sybil, 161; Violet, 

162 ;' Sir William Edward, 163 ;' William Henry, 
156, 158; Hon'"'" William Henry, 156, 15S ; 
William Henry Ne\nlle, 159 ; William Ohmann, 
158. 

Gough, Rev. Edmund, 90; Enimeline Hawkins, 90. 

Gould, James, 7 ; Mary, 7. 

Govett, X'en'^'" Decimus Storry, 82. 

Gow, Rev. Henr)-, 75. 

Gower, Ambrose Alard, 39 : Anne, 38 ; Dorothy 
Kate Susie Emily \aughan, 39 ; Dorothy Susie 
Eleanor, 32, 39 ; Edward, 38 ; Edward Fagge, 40 ; 
Elizabeth, 40: Ellen, 38, 39; Frances, 40; Henr)', 
38 ; lames, 40 ; lane, 38 ; Joshua Reginald, 40 ; 
Joshua Robert, 32, 38, 39 ; Kate, 32, 39 ; Kate 
Marian Sarah, 40 ; Marguerite Cooper, 40 ; Mary 
Elizalieth, 40 ; Mildred Fr.ances, 40 ; Robert 
Vaughan, 32, 38, 39 ; Sarah Martha, 38 ; Sophia, 
38 ; William, 39. 



Grace, Margaret M., 143 ; William, 143. 

Graham, Edith VVowUhorpc, 63 ; Ellen, loG ; 
Frances Amelia, 63; Harry Woodthorpe, 64; 
Henry, 106 ; Mary Peddie Woodthorpe, 64 ; 
May Woodthorpe, 63 ; Melville Woodthorpe, 
64; Nelson Woodthorpe, 64; (Richard) Wood- 
thorpe Tempest, 63 ; Woodthorpe Victor, 63 ; 
see also Woodthorpe. 

Graham-Campbell, Catharine Ellen, 141; Jessie, 141; 
John, 141 ; RoUo Frederick, 141. 

Grainger, Rev. John Cecil, 177. 

Grant, Christian, 159; Colonel James Augustus, 159; 
Margaret, 159. 

Gray, Alexander, 58; Rev. Edward Ker, 91 ; Mary, 
58 ; I'atience, 58 ; Sarah, 58. 

Grayson, Araljella, Sg ; Robert, 89. 

Green, Rev. Edward Dyer, 95, 96. 

Greene, Gwendolen Maud, 103 ; Harry Plunket, 
103 ; Hon'''" Louisa, 103 ; Richard Jonas, 103 ; 
Rev. Walter Lighten, 134. 

Greenfield, Rev. John, 150. 

Greenhalgh, Elizabeth, 3 ; William, 3. 

Greenly, Rev. John, 183, 1S4; Mary Anne, 184. 

Gregg, Rev. Edward Peare, 74. 

Greville, Hon*'''= Alwyn Henry Fulke, 16 ; Anne, 
Countess Brooke, 14 ; Hon*^'*^ Charles Algernon 
Cromartie, 15; Charles Henry, 16; Lady Eva 
Sarah Louisa, 16 ; Frances Evelyn, Countess 
Brooke, 15; Francis Richard Charles Guy, Earl 
Brooke, 14, 15; George, Earl of Warwick, 14; 
George Gordon Francis, 16 ; George Guy, Earl 
Brooke, 14 ; Henrietta, Countess of Warwick, 14 ; 
Henry Richard, Earl Brooke, 14 ; Leopold Guy 
Francis Maynard, Lord Brooke, 15 ; Hon'>''^ 
Lily, 16 ; Hont''^ Louis George, 16 ; Hon"^'" 
Mabel Elizabeth Georgina, 16 ; Lady Marjorie 
Blanche Eva, 15; Hon''''' Maynard, 15; Lady 
Mercy, 15 ; Phyllis Dorothy Lindsay, 16 ; 
Sarah Elizabeth, Countess Brooke, 14 ; Hon'''" 
Sidney Robert, 16; see also Brooke and Warwick. 

Grey, George Harry, Earl of Stamford, 78 ; George 
Harry, Lord, 78 ; Lady Margaret Henrietta Maria, 
78. 

Griffiths, Charles, 85 ; Rev. Percy, 85 ; Zoe 
Pleasance, 85. 

Grugeon, Frances, 168 ; Isaac James, 168 ; Rose 
Mary, 168. 

Grundy, Edith Helen, 190 ; Edward, 190 ; Mary, 
190. 

Guernsey, Gladys Cecil Georgina, Lady, 120; 
Heneage Greville, Lord, 120. 



H 



Hacker, Nicholas Marshall, 97 ; Thomas Nicholas 

Perry, 97. 
Hackett, Mary, 58 ; Mary Lines, 58 ; Thomas 

Wilson, 58. 
Hadow, Rev. George, 107. 
Hagen, Anna, 33. 
Hagerman, Caroline, 69 ; Hon''''' Christoplier 

Alexander, 69 ; Nicholas, 69. 
Haggitt, (Christiana, 17; Rev. Francis, 17; Lucy, 

17- 
Haldon, Lawrence, Baron, 102 ; Maria Harriett, 

Lady, 102. 
Hales, Rev. Greville Turner, 103. 
Hall, Agatha, 176 ; Rev. Alexander Hall, 74 ; 

Charlotte, 27; Rev. Cutler, 186; Henry Charles, 

176; Mary Augusta, 176; Rev. Thomas Rowland, 

74- 
Halton, Rev. Imanuel, 164. 
Hamilton, Frances Agnes, 178; John James, 82; 

Rev. John Vesey, 178; Julia Frances Delme, 17S: 

Admiral Sir Richard Vesey, 178. 
Hamley, Florence Honor, 53 ; Susannah, 53 ; 

William Henry, 53. 



Hammond, Catherine Charlotte, 131 ; Rev. Egerton, 

131 ; Rev. Henry Anthony, 131 ; John Maximilian, 

131 ; Rev. Joseph, 134 ; Mary Graham, 131 ; 

William Osmund, 131. 
Handley, Jane, 105; Peter, 105. 
Hankinson, Eugenia, 120 ; Ven''''' Robert Edwards, 

120. 
Hanks, Ellen Heath (Nellie), 168; John James, 168; 

Mary, 168. 
Hannam, Rev. E. P., 174. 
Hannay, Hugh, 179; Hugh Halliday, 179; Jane, 

179; Louisa Mary, 179. 
Hanslow, Edward Eden, 17S; Mary Ann, 178. 
Harbord, Edward, Baron Sulfield, 193 ; Hon'''" 

Emily, 193; Rev. the Hon'''" John, 192, 193. 
Hardcastle, Hon'''= Alice, 158; Edward, 158; Rev. 

Edward Hoare, 120, 15S ; Priscilla Bu.xton, 158. 
Harding, General Sir George, 22 ; Grizilda Emma, 

22. 
Hardinge, Rev. Sir Charles, Bt., 129. 
Hardwicke, Helen Dorothy Allen Hardwicke, 54 ; 

Herbert Junius, 40, 54 ; Herbert Junius Allen, 40 ; 

Kate Marian Sarah, 40 ; Mary Elizabeth, 40, 

54- 
Hardy, Charlotte Savery, 148 ; Rev. Clement le, 

152; Fanny Ann, 6; Jeffery, 6; Sarah, 148; Colonel 

Thomas Carteret, 14S ; William, 6. 
Hare, Elizabeth, 166; Rev. Humphrey John, 166. 
Harford, Anna Summers, 34; Jane, 34; Richard, 

Summers, 34. 
Harneis, Mary, 137; Timothy, 137. 
Harper, Mary Augusta, 176 ; Richard Lockwood, 

176. 
Harris, Harriet, 62; Louisa, 112; Mary Anne, 2, 62; 

Rev. Richard, 62; William, 112; VVilliam Henry, 

62. 
Harrison, Benjamin, 73 ; Catherine, 105 ; Mary 

Anne, 73; William, 105. 
Hartland, Alfred, 34 ; Alfred Harford, 34 ; Amy 

Georgina, 37 ; Anna, t,'^ ; Anna Louisa, 37 ; Anna 

Maria, 33 ; Anna Summers, 34 ; Edith, 34 ; 

Edward Lewis, 35; Eleanor (Nellie), 34; Eliza, 34; 

Emily Rosa, 37 ; Ernest Dixon, 34, 37 ; Frederick 

Dixon, 35 ; Gerard Harford, 35 ; John AUis, 33 ; 

Lihas, 35 ; Martha, 33 ; Nathaniel, 33, 34 ; 

Rebecca, 33 ; Reeve, 33 ; Sarah, 33, 35 ; Sarah 

Hannah, 34 ; Theresa Gales, 35; William, i,t„ 35 ; 

William Harford, 34, 35 ; see also Dixon-Hartland. 
Harvey, George, 182; Jane, 182. 
Haslam, Anne Jane, 127; John, 127. 
Hatch, Emma Mary Augusta, 193 ; Lieut. -General 

George Clifife, 193 ; Sarah Martha, 42 ; William, 

42. 
Hatchard, Rev. John, 144. 
Haukeby, Ann, 96; John, 96. 
Haviland, Rev. Arthur Cole, 88. 
Hawkes, Eleanor OdcU, 126; Georgina Eleanor, 126; 

Thomas Forder, 126. 
Hawkins, Anne, 63; Emmeline, 90; Francis, go; 

Isabella, 63 ; James, 63. 
Hawks, Eleanor, 53 ; George, 53 ; George Henry 

Longridge, 53 ; Kate, 53. 
Hay, Isabella, 54; Rev. J. B., 54. 
Hayden, Loretta Harriet, 181 ; Thomas Douglas, 

iSi. 
Hayes, Dorothy, 197 ; Henry, 197 ; Phcebe (Effie), 

197. 
Hayne, Elizabeth Marian, 56; Jonathan, 56. 
Haylon, Rev. Edward Josiah, 90. 
Head, Rev. A., 161 ; John, 161 ; John Reginald, 

161 ; Sybil, 161. 
Heath, George, 167; Margaret, 167. 
Heaton, Anne, 59 ; Fanny Gray, 59 ; Thomas 

Tannett, 59; Willianr, 59. 
Heaviside, Rev. Canon [anies Willianr Lucas, 79- 
Iledley, Arrna Susan, 82; Kalherine, 82; Mary Ann, 

170; Richard, 170; Robert, 82; Walter Coote, 

82. 



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Heg:\n, Isabel Grace, $5; John, 85 ; Margaret Isaliel.Ss. 
Heighani, Rev. Artluir Linzce Cliallerloii, 120. 
Ilelnisley, Charles William Keyinald, Viscount, 15; 

Marjiirie Blanclie Eva, Viscountess, 15 : Muriel 

Frances Louisa, Viscountess, 15; William Reginald, 

Viscount, 15. 
Hennessy, Ann Mary, 197 ; Joseph, 197. 
Hensley, Frances, 40; John, 40. 
Ilenson, Rev. Canon Herbert Hensley, 1 18. 
Herbert, Klizabclh, Lady, 103 ; Lady Kli;'.abeth 

Maude, 103; Very Rev. the Hon'''' George, 120; 

Sidney, Baron, 103. 
Hereford, Rt. Rev. John Percival, Bishop of, 21, 84. 
Hervey, Rt. Rev. Lord Arthur Charles, Bisl;c>p of 

Bath and Wells, 77; Emma, 77; George Henry 

William, 77 ; Mary, 77 ; Lady Patience, 77. 
Hesketh, Maria Harriett, 102; Sir Thomas Henry, 

Bt., 102. 
Hesseltine, Ann, 123. 
Hester, Catherine, 4 ; James Torry, 4. 
Heuer, Annie Sarah, 127 ; Carmen Estelle, 127 ; 

Edmund, 127. 
Hewlett, Emily Mary Charlotte, 131 ; Richaid 

Whitfield, 131. 
Heytesbury, William, Baron, 103. 
Hibberd, Elizabeth, 41 ; George, 42 ; John, 41 ; 

Mercy, 42. 
Hibbert, Catherine Anne, 3 ; Constance, 3 ; Elizabeth, 

3 ; Colonel Francis Gordon, 3 ; William, 3. 
Higgins, Fanny, 91; ^'incent, 91. 
Higginson, Frances Rose, 27; Sir James Macaulay, 

27 : Olivia Nichola, 27. 
Hill, Edith, 93; Edward, 93; Mary Metcalfe, 93. 
Hilliard, Fanny, 64. 
Hillyard, Rev. Canon Arthur, 121. 
Hinde, Major-General Charles Thomas Edward, 26 ; 

Florence Caroline, loi ; Gregson, lot ; Harriet 

Julia Morforwyn, 26. 
Hindle, Rev. Richard, 12S. 
Hinds, Annette Mary Audley, 87; William, 87. 
Hines, Very Rev. Dean, 197. 
Kingston, Joseph, 140 ; Sarah, 140; Sarah Elizabeth 

Ball, 140. 
Hippisley, Charlotte Martha, 119; Rev. Henry, 119. 
Hoare, Alfred Ernest, 120; Charlotte Augusta, 45: 

Edith Gertrude, 120; Edward, 69; Eugenia, 120; 

Francis, 120; Rev. Gerard, 160; Henry Gerard, 

160; Henry Gerard Philip, 160; Jane Frances, 

160; Margaret, 160; Priscilla Buxton, 158; Samuel, 

158- 
Hodge, Elizabeth Lovey, 143 ; Harriet Hall, 82 ; 

Mary, 143 ; Thomas, 143 ; William Chapcll, 82. 
Hodges, Ann, 177; James, 177; Mary Anne, 177. 
Hodgkinson, Cadnian, 89; Mary, 89. 
Hodgson, Rev. Francis Henry, 26 ; Rev. John 

George, 170. 
Holloway, Edwin, 44; Mary, 44. 
Holmes, Elizabeth Kay, 43, 188 ; George, 168 ; 

James, 43, 1S8; Rev. John Backhouse, 179; Mary, 

168, 169. 
Holroyd, Abraham Parkinson, 62; Charles, 62; 

Sir Charles, 51 ; Gertrude, 51 ; Lucy, 51, 62 ; 

Sarah, 62 ; William, 51, 62. 
Holt, Edward, 53; Jane Sarah, 53; Susannah 

Grindal, 189. 
Homewood, Eliza, iSo ; George Christopher, 180 ; 

Sprigg, 180; Thomas, 180. 
Hood, Rev. Edwin Peter, 146 ; Hon'''" Frances 

Caroline, 121; Samuel, Baron Bridport, 121. 
Hooper, Alfred Thomas, 64; Henry Joseph Stuart, 

64 ; Irene Judith Corby, 64 ; Josephine, 64. 
Hope, Charlotte, 104; Samuel, 104. 
Hopkinson, Caroline Octavia Wilhelmina, 74 ; 

Charles, 72, 74 ; Clara, 74 ; Harriet Caroline, 72. 
Ilorsfall, Charies, 16S; Emily, 168; Mary, 16S. 
Hoskyns, Rev. Sir John Leigh, Bt., 4. 
Hoste, Rev. Di.xon, 192; Jane Sarah, 192; Margaret, 

192; Sir William, Bt., 192. 



Houghton, Henry William, 176; John, 176; Maria, 
174, 176; Susanna, 176. 

Hovenden, Ada Mary, 172; Agnes Mary, 169; 
.\lbert, 16S, 170; Alfred Allcync, 171 ; Alice 
Bertha, 169; Alice Maude, 170; Annie Sarah, 
109; Arthur Cecil, 171; Arthur Lester, 171; 
Audrey Madeline, 171 ; Catherine Amy, 172 ; 
Charles, 169; Charles William, 171 ; Charlotte 
Hetty, 172; Dorotliy Frances, 172; Edward 
Willi.un, 170; Elizabeth, 169; Ellen Heath 
(iVellie), 168; Elsie Rose, 168; Elvira Julia 
Mamie, 171; Emily Ida, 169; Emma, 170; Ernest 
Churcher, 16S, 170; Ethel Lilley, 170; Eva 
Madeline, 171; Florence Lilley, 170 ; Florence 
Mary, 171 ; Frances Edith Sarah, 172 ; Frank, 
168; Frederick, 169; Geoffrey Thomas, 172; 
(Serald Stanley, 172; Geraldine Valerie, 172; 
Gertrude Mary, 170; Harold Frederick, 169; 
Hedley Percy, 172 ; Henry, 167 ; Henry Edward, 
i58 ; Jack Reginald, 171 ; Kathleen Louise, 171 ; 
Kenrick Ch.arles, 169; Lydia, 167; Mabel Beatrice, 
171 ; Madeline Bessie, 171 ; Margaret, 167 ; 
Martha, 168; Mary, 167, 168 ; Mary Louisa, 171 ; 
Mary Louisa Adelaide, 169 ; Maurice, 168 ; May 
Constance, 171 ; Phyllis Mary, 169; Robert, 167 ; 
Robert George, 167; Ronald Clifford, 172 ; Rose 
Mary, 168; Sarah, 167, 168; Sydney Churcher, 
170; Thomas, 167; Thomas H.-nry, 16S ; William, 
167. 

Howard, Ellen, 52 ; Emily, 59 ; Rev. Robert, 59. 

Howarth, Rev. Henry, 91. 

Hucker, Kezia, 9. 

Hudson, Charles, 109; Jane, 109. 

Hughes, Rev. Albert, 123, 125; Rev. Cecil, 99; 
Emma, 124; Reginald, 124, 125; Richard, 124; 
Rev. Thomas, 26 ; Waller, 124, 125. 

llulse, Sir Edward, Bt., 116; Hannah, 116. _ 

Hulton, Rev. Arthur Emihus, 118. 

Humphrey, Elizabeth, 40 ; William, 40. 

Hunt, Ann, 164 ; John, 164. 

Hunter, Arthur John, 96; Mary, 105. 

Hunton, Robert March, 194. 

Hurt, Albert Frederic, 79 ; Alice, 79 ; Francis, 164 ; 
Grace Emma Julia, 79 ; Richard, 164 ; Rev. 
Richard Norman, 79. 

Hutchinson, Rev. W. , 53. 

Hutton, Rev. Arthur Bertram, 190; Charles Eustace, 
79 ; Eustacie Emma Millicent, 79 ; Colonel 
George Morland, 79; Rev. Gerard >Iottram, 190; 
Jane, 79; Rev. Joseph, 189; Rev. Joseph Henry, 
1S9; .Sarah Ellen, 189; Susannah Grindall, 189; 
William, 79 ; Rev. William Richmond, 1S9. 

Hyder, Sarah, 167. 

Ilyllon, Hedworth Hylton, Baron, 118. 



Ibbelson, Georgina Fanny, 37 ; Robert, 37. 
Ilderton, Anne Elizabeth, 54, 55 ; Thomas, 54 ; 

Rev. Canon Thomas, 54, 55. 
Impey, Elijah George Halhed, 126; Lilias, 126. 
Ingham, Annie, 95 ; Constantine, 95 ; Mary Emma, 

95 ; Rev. William, 100. 
Irby, Frederick Arthur, 84; Lieut. -Colonel Leonard 

Howard Loyd, 84 ; Louisa Christian, 84. 
Irving, Rev. Canon Robert, 92. 
Iverach, Anne, 170; William, 170. 



Jackson, Alice, 9 ; Annie Susan Charlotte, 141 

Sir Chades, 141 ; Rev. George, 9 ; Robert, 9. 
Jacob, Rt. Rev. Edgar, Bishop of St. Albans, 85. 
Jacobs, Caroline, 18; W., iS. 
Jalland, Ada Frances, 50; Anne, 50; John, 50. 
James, Rev. Thomas George, 91. 



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Jardine, Annie Sarali, 127; Frederick William, 127. 
Jefferson, Guendulen Dorothy, 118; Gwendolen 

Mary, 1 18; Harry Wyndliani, 118. 
Jeffreys, Agnes, 93 ; Charles Nicholas Theodore, 93 ; 

Ida Baines, 93 ; Walter Powell, 93. 
Jenks, Annie, 95 ; Dorothy Mary, 95 ; Edward, 95 ; 

Robert, 95 ; Sarah F'rances, 95. 
Jenkyns, Rev. Richard, 54, 55. 
Jenner, Mary, 97 ; Robert, 97. 
Jepson, Ann, 96; Helen (Nellie), 96; Henry Whitby, 

96. 
Jerningham, Annette Mary Audley, 87 ; Coralie, 87 ; 

William Henry Stafford, 87. 
Johnson, Andrew, loS ; Anne, loS ; Christopher, 

108 ; Esther, 92 ; Maria Eugenie, loS ; Samuel 

92 ; Sarah Nowell, I08. 

Johnstone, Anne Williamena, 22 ; Captain Charles 
James Hope, R.N., 22; Eliza, 22; Mary Metcalfe, 

93 ; Samuel, 93. 

Joliffe, Hon''''= Agatha Eleanor Augusta, 118; 

Hedworth Hylton, Baron Hylton, 118. 
Jones, Rev. Edward Owen, 26 ; Elizabeth, 185 ; 

Frances, 5; Rev. Canon Henry David, 179; 

James, 17 1 ; Louisa Hetty, 171 ; Rev. Richard 

Michael, 135 ; Thomas, 5 ; William, 185. 
Josselyn, Frederic, 3 ; George, 3 ; George Francis, 3 ; 

Elizabeth, 3; Frances Harriett, 3; John Henry, 3; 

Mary Elizabeth, 3. 
Jung, Adelaide, 47 ; Georgette, 47 ; Joseph Georges 

Ignace, 47. 

K 

Karney, Rev. Gilbert, 179. 

Kaye, Ven'''" Archdeacon, 90 ; Rt. Rev. John, 

Bishop of Lincoln, 73. 
Kear, Ann, 176; Richard, 176. 
Keld, Jane, ig6. 

Kell, Fanny, 58 ; Jane, 58 ; Thomas, 58. 
Kellock, Charles Walford, 91 ; Emily Crosfield, 91 ; 

Henry Grey, 91 ; Katherine, qi. 
Kelly, Catherine, 92 ; Ethel Charlotte, 92 ; Hugh 

Cunningham, 92 ; Margaret, 54 ; Robert 54, 92 ; 

Rev. Walter, 8. 
Kelson, Samuel, 98 ; Susanna, 98. 
Kemhle, Elizabeth, 76 ; Frances Crawford, 76 ; 

Stephen George, 76. 
Kempe, Rev. John Edward, 117. 
Kennedy, Agnes, 105 ; Anna Eraser, 105 ; Rev. 

Canon Benjamin Rann, 56 ; Jessie Barbara, 105 ; 

John, 105; Lieut. -Colonel John, 105; Margaret 

Elizabeth, 105 ; Mary, 105. 
Kenton, Judith, 68. 
Ker, Claudius Buchanan, 35. 
Kershaw, Jemima, I ; Jemima Elizabeth, I ; 

William, I. 
Kesterson, Frances Clitheroe, 195 ; William, 195. 
Kinder, James, 127 ; Sarah Ann, 127. 
Kindersley, Edward Cockburn, 148 ; Frances 

Augusta, 14S ; Harriet, 14S ; Rev. Richard 

Cockburn, 148. 
King, Anne Elizabeth, 54, 55 ; Ethel Mary, 54 ; 

Florence Annie, 55; Harriet Bower, 94;" Mary 

Anne, 148, 150; Richard Huntley, 54, 55; Rev. 

Robert Henry, 146; William, 94, 148, 150; 

William Vale, 94 ; Williamina Alexandria Jane, 

146. 
Kingdon, Elizabeth, 174; William, 174; William 

Maton, 174. 
Kingsford, Frank, 9. 

Kinloch, Sir George, Bt., 21 ; Margaret Aimce, 21. 
Kitchener, Anne, 63 ; Samuel Venables, 63. 
Kitchingman, .Augusta, 108; Caroline, 108; George, 

108. 
Knatchbull, Sir Edward, Bt., 117; Eleanor, 117. 
Knatchbull-Hugesson, Rev. Reginald Bridges, 74. 
Knight, Andrew Johnes Rouse Boughton, 156; 

Elizabeth, 3 ; Riviere, 3. 



Knight-Bruce, Dame Eliza, 73 ; Eliza Julia, 73 ; 

Sir James Lewis, 73; Lewis Biuce, 73. 
KnoUys, Rev. Erskine, 159. 
Knox, Catherine Delia, 29 ; Hon''"'! Charles, 29 ; 

Eliza, 76 ; Evelyne Katherine Isabel, 29 ; Most 

Rev. Robert, 29. 
Kohler, Catharine Caroline, 141 ; John David, 141. 
Kronheim, Eliza Matilda, 195; Joseph Martin, 195. 



Labouchere, John, 129. 

Ladell, Richard William, 189. 

Laffan, Rev. de Courcy, 142. 

Laidler, Ann, 196 ; William, 196. 

Lamb, Fanny Hughes, 150; Henry Alexander, 8; 

James, 150. 
Lambert, Florence Lilley, 170 ; Francis Henry, 170; 

Thomas Henry, 170. 
Lamplugh, Rev. David, 48. 
Lamprey, Stephen, iSo. 
Lane, Charles Thomas, 74 ; Margaret, 74 ; Minna, 

74 ; William Arthur, 74. 
Langford, John, 181 ; Sara, 181. 
Langham, John, 166; Judith, 68; William, 68. 
Langhorne, Rev. Willi,am Henry, 78. 
Langley, Mary, 80 ; Rev. Thomas, 80. 
Langston, Rev. Stephen Hurt, 131. 
Lansdell, Elizabeth, 124. 
Lansdown, George, 42 ; Mercy, 42. 
Latham, Henry, 89 ; Sarah, 89; Sarah Elizabeth, 89; 

William, 89. 
Lauder, Ven"": John Strutt, 165. 
Laurie, A., 159; Margaret, 159. 
Laver, Agnes Jane, 60 ; Edwin George, 60 ; John 

Atkins, 60; Mary Ann, 60; William, 60. 
Law, Rev. Frederick Henry, 45 ; Mary Adela 

Amherst, 74 ; William Ogilvie, 74 ; William 

Trevor, 74. 
Lawford, Excelles, 19 ; Louisa, 19. 
Lawler, Sophia, 30 ; William, 30. 
Lawless, Edward, Baron Cloncurry, 162 ; Hon'''^ 

Mary, 162. 
Lawley, Rev. the Hon'''" Algernon, 118. 
Lawrence, Rev. Charles, 71; Mary, 143. 
Laws, Eliza Jane, 136; John, 133, 136; Sarah, 133, 136. 
Lawson, Anne, 194; Emma Alice, 194; John, 194. 
Lear, Ethelinda, loi ; Very Rev. Francis, loi, 103, 104. 
Le Blanc, Arthur, 53. 
Lecoq, Thcrt-se, 169. 
Ledger, .Vnne, 60 ; William, 60. 
Lee, -Amy, 60 ; Frederick Fawson, 184 ; Sir John 

Theophilus, 30 ; Mary Anne, 60 ; Dame Sophia, 

30 ; Sophia Townshend, 30 ; Rev. Robert 

McClellan Laurislon, 30 ; William, 60. 
I-eigh, Rev. the Hon'''*' James Wentworth, 122. 
Leighton, Frances, 19, 22 ; General Francis, 19, 22. 
Le Maistre, Rev. William Brine, 152. 
Lemon, Henrietta, 186; Mary Anne, 186; Richard, 

Parker, 186. 
Leonard, Elizabeth, 186; Rev. Francis Burford, 186; 

Gertrude Elizabeth, 186. 
Leslie- Melville, Alexander, Earl of Leven and 

Melville, 130; Lady Jane Elizabeth, 130. 
Le^■en and Melville, Alexander, Earl of, 130. 
Levick, Ann Helen, 160; James, 160. 
Lewis, Rev. Gwilym, 26; Rev. Henry Thomas, 94; 

John, 35; Sarah, 33, 35. 
Liddell, Very Rev. Henry George, 84, 87, 88 ; Rev. 

the Hon'''" Robert, 74, 103. 
Liddon, Rev. Henry Parry, 103. 
Lightfoot, Emily, 53 ; Thomas Streatfield, 52, 53 ; 

Thomas, 53. 
Lilley, Edward William, 168, 169; Elizabeth, 169; 

Martha, 168 ; Mnry, 168, 169. 
Lincoln, Rt. Rev. John Kaye, Bishop of, 73. 
Litchford, Edward, 125; Ethel Vincent, 125; 

Rowland, 125. 



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Litligow, Andrew, 31 ; Andrew James, 31 ; Emily 

Augusl;i, 31. 
Liverpool, Kl. I\ev. Francis James Chavasse, Bishop 

of, 92, 117. 
Lloyd, Rev. Albany Knssendale, 6 ; Ann, I ; Rev. 

Arthur Thomas, 4 ; Francis, I ; Mary Dorothy, i ; 

Rev. Thomas Bucknall, 5. 
Lloyd-Verney, Lieut. -Colonel Georjje Hope, 26; 

Harriet Julia Morforwyn, 26 ; Morforwyn Mary 

Levescjn, 26. 
Lohb, Phillis Sophia, 145. 
Locke, Joseph, 74; Minna, 74. 
Ix)ckett, Isabella Maria, 92 ; Norah Lsabella, 92 ; 

Richard Robertson, 92. 
Lockton, Margaret Maud, 95 ; Rev. I'hilip, 95 ; 

Rev. I'hilip Sydney, 95. 
London, Rt. Rev. Mandcll Creighton, Bishop of, 37 ; 

Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram, Bishop 

of, 120. 
Long, Elizabeth, 145; Walter, 145. 
Longford, Thomas, Earl of, 68. 
Longley, Most Rev. Charles Thomas, Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 7S. 
Loring, Anna Henrietta, 159; Colonel, 159. 
Loucks, Caroline, 9 ; Harriet Emma, 9 ; William 

Alfred, 9. 
Love, Anne, 180. 

Loveday, Julia Charlotte, 75; General Lambert, 75. 
Lovey, Alphonse, 179; Sarah, 179. 
Lucan, Richard, Earl of, 14. 
Luckock, Rev. Arthur Mortimer, 84 ; Constance 

Gwendoline, 84 ; Very Rev. Herbert Mortimer, 

84; Margaret, 84. 
Luke, Emma Alice, 48 ; Jane, 48 ; Robert, 48 ; 

William, 48. 
Lupinn, lo^eph, 164. 
Lyon, Hon'''" Mary Elizabeth, 81 ; Susan, 81 ; 

Hon''''-- Thomas, 81. 
Lysons, Rev. Daniel, 149; Sarah, 148. 
Lyus, Henry Ormiston, 136. 



M 



Maas, Amelia Susan Maria, iSi ; Clara, 181 ; 

Laurent F'ranvois Edouard, iSi. 
McAlaster, Godfrey Charles Somervill, 147. 
MacCabe, Rev. Bernard, 194. 
McCrea, Frederick Bradford, 152; Kathleen Mary, 

152; Robert George, 152. 
MacGregor, Arthur Charles Herbert, 85 ; Dame 

Harriot, 85; Hilda, 85; Major-General Sir George, 

85. 
McHardy, Ann, 165; William, 165. 
Maclver, Annie, 93 ; Charles, 93 ; Charlotte Eleanor 

(Lottie), 93; David, 93. 
Mackarness, Rt. Rev. George Richard, Bishop of 

Argyll, 46 ; Gertrude Kate, 46 ; Rev. Henry 

Smith, 46 ; Rt. Rev. John Fielder, Bishop of 

Oxford, 119. 
Mackenzie, Alexander, 35 ; Lilias, 35. 
McKenzie, Donald James, no; Elizabeth, no; 

Rev. Frederick, no. 
Macnaniara, Frederick Hayes, 36 ; Jane Cranstoun, 

36. 

McNaught, Elizabeth, 195 ; Mary Edgar, 195 ; 

Thomas, 195. 
McTurk, Agnes, 105; James, 105. 
Madden, Cassandra Mary Amelia, 75 ; Charles, 75 ; 

Julia Charlotte, 75. 
Maddocks, Rev. Robert, 4. 
Main, Alexandra Gladys, 96 ; Andrew, 54 ; Barbara, 

96 ; Margaret, 54 ; William, 96 ; William Ritchie, 

96. 
Maitland, Rev. Adam Gray, 123. 
Majendie, Rev. Henry, 192 ; Rt. Rev. Henry 

William, Bishop of Bangor, loi ; Katherine, loi. 



Makin, Elizabeth, 136; Elizabeth Mary, 135: Joseph, 
135; Leonard P'rank, 135; Tlionuis, 135. 

Malcolm, Catherine Wilson, 188. 

Mallaby, Rev. John Jackson, 149. 

Malone, Frances Agnes, 178; Richard, 178. 

Manley, Emma, 47, 49 ; Sarah, 44, 47, 49 ; Sarah 
llarrietle, 44 ; Thomas Christian, 44, 47, 49. 

Manners, Hannah Glazebrook, 164 ; Rev. John, 
164. 

Manvers, Georgine Jane Elizabeth Fanny, Countess, 
77 ; Sidney William Herbert, Earl, 77. 

March, Lewis, 194; Mary, 194. 

Markley, Caroline, 9 ; Christopher, 9 ; Margaret 
Emma, 10; Margaret Lena, 10; Sydney Alphcus, 
10. 

Marlborough, John Winston, Duke of, liy. 

Marris, George, 138 ; .Sarah Maria, 138. 

Marsh, Ada F'rances, 50 ; Alban Bower, 50 ; Basil 
Bower, 51 ; Bower, 50, 51 ; Celia Bower, 51 ; 
Elizabeth, 51; I'^lla Frances Jalland, 50; Emily 
Jane, 50; Ethel Bower, 50; Gertrude, 51 : Jane, 
50; John, 50; Laura Bower, 51; Maiy, 50; 
Mary Coljuhoun, 50; Thomas, 50. 

Marshall, Alice Susanna, 98; Charles James, 99; 
Edward, 97 ; Rev. Edward, 97 ; Edward Henry, 
97, 98, 100 ; Edward Ralph, 98, 99 ; Eleanor, 97, 
99 ; Eleanor Daisy, 100 ; Eleanor Katherine, 98 ; 
Eliza Julia, 97 ; Elizabeth Eleancr de Peyster, 

99 ; Elizabeth Kelson, 98 ; Elizabeth Slothert, 

98 ; Fallen Louise, 100 ; Felicia Dora, 99 ; Francis 
Eden, 98-100; Rev. Frederick, 141; Georgiana 
Decima, 100 ; Grace Eleanor, 99 ; Helen Octavia, 

100 ; Henry Stephen, 99 ; Rev. Jenrier, 97-99 ; 
Jenner Guest, 98, 99; Jenner Stephen Chance, 99; 
Julia, 98; Julia Elizabeth, 97, 98; Katharine 
Agnes, 98 ; Marion Alice Nona, 100 ; Mary Ann, 

99 ; Mary Anne Burton, 98 ; Mary Stephena, 100 ; 
Mortimer John, 100; Nicholas, 97, 99 ; Priscilla, 
97; Rosa Mary, 98; Rev. Thomas L. , 169; 
William Charles, 98. 

Marshall-Hacker, Rev. Edward, 97: Mary Anne, 

97- 
Marsham, Rev. Cloudesley Dewar Bullock, 147. 

Marson, Thomas Fish, 177. 

Martin, Catherine, 18; Dame Eliza Anne, iS ; 
Emma Cecilia, 169; Sir Henry, Bt., 18; Henry 
Byam, 18; Richard, 169; Admiral Sir Thomas 
Byam, 18 ; Rear-Admiral William Fanshawe, 
18. 

Mason, Agnes Dora, 136; Agnes Fanny, 136; 
Angela Ruth, 133; Annie Emily (Nancye), 134; 
Archibald Ralph, 134 : Augusta Emma, 135 ; 
Barrington Calver, 133; Bertha, 134; Catherine 
Eliza, 133; Catherine Mary Grace, 132; Charles 
Edward, 132, 136; Dorothy, 134; Edward 
Richard, 134; Elfrida, 134; Eliza, 133, 134: 
Eliza Jane, 136; F:iizabeth, 132; Elizabeth Mary, 
135 ; Ellen Forster, 1 33 ; Elsie, 134 : Ernest 
Calver, 132, 133; Eustace Charles, 134; Frank 
WiUiam, 133, 134; Frederick, 132, 134; George, 
132, 133, 135; George Calver, 132, 133, 135; 
George Godson, 132 ; Grace Eliza, 133; Harold 
Percv, 132, 134; Harriet Eleanor, 136; Herbert 
Wilberforce, 133, 136 ; Hilda Frances, 134 ; 
Humphry Francis, 134; Isabel Maria Constance, 
133: Ivan Hugh Malcolm, 135; Kenneth Ralph, 
135; Lxlitia Maria, 132 ; Laurence, 136 ; Louisa 
Harriett, 136; Mabel Constance, 134; Malcolm 
F'orty, 135 ; Maria Augusta, 135 ; Marion Edith, 
132; Marion Joyce, 132; Mary Frances, 136; 
Monica, 132 : Naiicy Godson, 133 ; Oswald Hugh, 
134; Sarah, 132; Sarah Anne, F33 ; Stewart 
Southam, 136; Susanna, 132: Theodore Septimus, 
135; Walter F'rederic, 134; Wilfrid Howard, 135; 
William, 132; Winifred, 135. 

Massey, Clara, 175. 

Massie, Rev. Edward, 79. 

Masten, Frederica, 96 ; Nathan Kcese, 96. 



Master, Rev. Robert Moslcy, 8. 

Masterman, Sarali, 17; William, 17. 

Matliew, Daniel, loi ; Louisa, loi. 

Matthew, Rev. Ilcnry James, 140. 

Matthews, Charles I'eter, 149 ; Kdith Mahel Warner, 

149 ; Colonel Frank Kroadwood, 149. 
MaundrcU, Charlotte Taylor, 91. 
Maynard, Hon''''^ Blanche Adeliza, 15; Hon'>'<^ Charles 

Henry, 15; Frances Evelyn, 15; Henry, Viscount, 

'5' 

Mayo, Robert, Ear! of, 193. 

Meall, Elizii Honoria, 34; Sarah Hannah, 34; 

Lieut. -Colonel William, 34. 
Medley, Rev. John, 80. 
Mellifont, Eliza, 57. 
Mellor, Caroline, 158; (ieraldine Elizabeth, 15S; 

Kt. Honi'i' John William, 158; Rev. Wilfred 

I'aget, 1 58. 
Melville, Hon"" John Thornton Leslie, 129. 
Meriton, Esther, 57; S., 57. 
Merrick, Marion Emma, 31 ; Marion Sophia, 31 ; 

Rev. Robert, 31; William, 31. 
de Metzsch, Emily, 156; George L., Baron, 162; 

Marion, Baroness, 162. 
de Metzsch- Reichenbach, Charles, Baron, 161, 162; 

Emily Louisa, Baroness, 161 ; Gustav, Baron, 

161. 
Me,\borough, Elizabeth, Countess of, 14; John, Earl 

of, 14. 
Micklem, Leonard, 162 ; Rev. Philip Arthur, 162 ; 

Violet, 162. 
Micklethwait, Gertrude Charlotte, 1 19, 121 ; Nathaniel, 

119, 121. 
Middlemore, General George, 145; Helen Catherine, 

145; I'hillis Sophia, 145. 
Miers, Capel, 125; Mary Anne, 125. 
Millbank, Henry John, 78 ; Louisa Jane Elizabeth, 

78; Lady Margaret Henrietta Maria, 78. 
Miller, E. W., 2; Jeannie, S3; Mary Anna, 2; 

William Feetham, S3. 
Milles, Eleanor, Lady Sondes, 117; George John, 

Baron Sondes, 117 ; Hon'"'" Mary Julia, 117. 
Millett, Frederick, 74; Maria, 74. 
Mills, Mansfield Forster, 78. 
Milnes, Eliza, 106; James, 106. 
Mitford, -Margaret, 69; Margaret Susan, 69; Admiral 

Robert, 69. 
MoUoy, Very Rev. Canon, 198. 
Molson, Martha Ann, 165; Thomas, 165. 
Monckton, Anne, 30 ; Admiral John, 30 ; Margaret 

Louisa, 7S ; Whitmore, 78. 
Monson, John George, Baron, 14 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 

Lady, 14. 
Moon, Philip, 191 ; Prudence, 191. 
Moore, Ann, 13S; Anthony John, 181; Athelstan 

Elliot, 181 ; Rev. Daniel, 56 ; Rev. George, 

138; George Anthony, 138; Rev. John, 57; 

Rev. John W'alter, 142; Loretta Harriet, 181 ; 

Mary Anne, 57 ; Violet Marie, 181 ; Walter 

Edward, 75. 
Morgan, Rev. David Parker, 93 ; Jane, 50. 
Moritz, Beatrice Helen, 195 ; Eliza Matilda, 195 ; 

Hermann, 195 ; Rudolf Hermann, 195. 
Morrell, Frederic Parker, 97. 
Morris, Agnes Maxwell, 142 ; Eleanor Catherine, 187 ; 

Eleanor Julia, 187; Elizabeth, 175; Frances Alice, 

187 ; Frederick, 187 ; John Grant, 53 ; Julia, 187 ; 

Robert, 142. 
Moss, Esther, 92; Rev. John Miles, 92-94, 96; 

Margaret Lena, 10; Mary, 89; Mary Eleanor, 92 ; 

Michael, 10 ; Robert, 89 ; Wiliam, 89 ; William 

Miles, 92. 
Mosse, George Andrew, 47 ; Georgette, 47. 
Mount, William George, 118. 
Mowbray, John, 182. 
Muncaster, Anne, 60 ; Katharine Penhorwood, 60 ; 

Robert, 60 ; Thomas, 60. 
Murdoch, James Gordon, 116. 



Murray, Algernon Charles, 179; Catherine, 3; 
Charles, 3 ; Charlotte, Duchess of Atholl, 177 ; 
Cyril, 179; Dorothea Agnes Cecilia, 179; 
Dorothea Emily Anne, 179 ; Eliot Yorke, 178 ; 
Elizabeth, 3; Rev. Francis Henry, 156; George 
Arthur Delme, 179 ; George Delmd, 177, 
179; Rev. George William, 3, 5; Harrijl, 177; 
Harriet Coupland, 177; Henry Eliot, 17S; James, 
17S; James, Duke of Atholl, 177; Vice-Admiral 
James Arthur, 177; John, t6; John, Duke of 
Atholl, 177; Julia, 177; Julia Cecilia, 179; Julia 
Frances Delme, 178 ; Lindsay Elizabeth, 16; 
Louisa Mary, 179; Margaret Amelia, 179; Mary 
Anne, 177, 17S; Lady Mary .Anne, 177; Mary 
Anne Catherine, 178; Reginald William Hugh, 
179; Sarah, 179: Lord William, 177; William 
Atholl, 177; \Villiam Frederick, 179; William 
Henry, 179. 

Murray-.Aynsley, Lord Charles, 177. 

Muspratt, Dr., 95 ; Mabel, 95. 

Mylne, Rev. Townsend, 161. 

Mynors, Rev. Aubrey Baskerville, 7 ; Caroline 
Elizabeth, 7 ; Evelyn Baskerville, 7 ; Rev. Harry 
William Baskerville, 7 ; Rev. Walter Baskerville, 7. 



N 



Nash, Rev. Charles Hewitson, 167. 

Neale, Jessie Bower, 96 ; Lucia Josephine, 96 ; 

Thomas, 96 ; William, 96. 
Need, Hephzibah, 52; Lieut. -General Samuel, 52; 

Susanna, 52. 
Negus, Christabel, 192; Henry, 192. 
Nellen, Frederick Hamilton, 190; Rev. Frederick 

James, 190 ; Katharine Maria, 190. 
Nettle, Kathleen Vivian, 144; William, 144; William 

George, t44. 
Neubauer, Anne Catherina, 127. 
Newman, Emma, 46 ; Thomas Campin, 46. 
Newte, Eliza, 73 ; Thomas, 73. 
Nicholls, Sarah, 132. 
Nicholson, Charles Owston, 181 ; George, 186 ; 

Henrietta, 186. 
Nopp, Johann Georg, 127 ; Margarethe Christiana, 

127. 
Norton, Charles Granville, 90; Enid Foulerton 

Hawkins, 90; Rev. Canon John George, 165. 
Norwich, Rt. Rev. Henry Bathurst, Bishop of, 

81. 
Nouaille, Anne, 145 ; Peter, 145. 
Noyes, Rev. Henry Edward, 92. 
Nunn, Philip, 8 ; Rose, S. 



O 



Oakes, Emily Mary Charlotte, 131; Mary, loi ; 

Matthew, loi ; Lieut. -Colonel Richard Montague, 

131 ; Thomas, lOI. 
Dates, Ann Mary, 197 ; Annie Mary Hennessy, 197 ; 

Wilfrid William, 197. 
O'Brien, Rev. James, 72, 73. 
O'Connor, Rev. Hamilton, 27. 
Oddling, Anne, 137; J., 137. 
Ogilvy, Sir John, Bt., 20; Juliana, 20. 
O'Hara, Constance, 3 ; Walter, 3. 
Ohmann, Henrietta, 156; William Alexander, 156. 
Oldham, Elizabeth, 125 ; Lieut. -Colonel John Field, 

123, 125 ; Mary Ann, 123. 
OUivier, Rev. Dacres, 103. 
Oriel, Annie Sophia Townshend, 32 ; Charles George 

Carpenter, 32 ; Sophia, 32 ; Rev. Henry Seger, 

32- 

Orme, Alexander, 122 ; Eliza Denne, 122. 
Ormerod, Edward L.atham, 74 ; Ernest William, 74 ; 

Janet Clara, 74 ; Maria, 74. 
Oswald, Frances Jemima, 71; General Sir John, 71. 



OswcU, AMce Gertrude, ^ ; Arthur Edward LLoyd, 6 ; 
Basil Henry, 4 ; Catherine, 3 ; Catherine Anne, 3 ; 
Dorothy Evelyn, 7; Edward, I, 4; Edward 
Francis, 6 ; Eleanor Frances, 2 ; Elinor Charlotte, 
5 ; Eliza, 5 ; Eliza Augusta, 6 ; Eliza Dorothy, 4 ; 
Emily, 2 ; Emily Bishop, 4 ; Emily Dorothy, 5 ; 
Emily Gladys, 5; Evelyn Baskerville, 7; Faith, 7 ; 
Fanny Ann, 6 ; Frances, 5 ; Frances Elizabeth, S ; 
Francis LLoyd, 3, 5, 7 : George Devereux, 6 ; 
Gladys Mary, 7 ; Harold LLoyd, 7 ; Harriett 
Dorothy, 5 ; Harriett Winifred, 5 ; Rev. I lenry 
LLoyd, 3, 4, 6; Henry Theodore Warren, 7; 
Hilda Marj', 4 ; Jemima Elizabeth, I ; Lizzie, 6 ; 
Lucy Anne Law, 4; Lucy Katharine IVel, 4; 
Mabel Frances, 6 ; Margaret, 4, 5 ; Margaret 
Kathleen, 7 ; Maria Elizabeth, 3 ; Marianne, I ; 
Mary, i ; Mar)- Anne, 2 ; Mary Dorothy, i ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 3 ; Mary Jemima, i ; Mary Lucy, 5 ; 
Maud, 2 ; Povey, 5 ; Sarah Dorothy, 5 ; Sarah 
Emily, 3 ; Sarah Harriett, 4 ; Sarah Helen, 6 ; 
Rev. Thomas, i ; Thomas John, 7 ; Thomas 
LLoyd, 6 ; Thomas Murray, 7 ; Thomas St. John, 
1,2; Thomas Stephen, 1,2; Violet, 7 ; William, 
I ; William Francis, I ; Rev. William Henry, 
i> 3-7; William St. John, 2; Winifred Emily 
Mary, 4. 

Outram, Rev. James, 132. 

Owen, Ethel, "195 ; Henry, 195 ; Sarah, 195. 

Oxenden, Sir Henr>-, Bt., 131 ; Mary Graham, 131. 

Oxford, Rt. Rev. Francis Paget, Bishop of, 15 ; 
Rt. Rev. John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of, 119. 

Ozanne, Madeline, 165 ; Richard, 165. 



Packard, Edward, 136; Harold, 136; Marv Frances, 
136. 
.Page, Margaret Jenny, 175; Mary, 175; Thomas, 

'75- 
Paget, Caroline, 15S ; Charles, 158; Rt. Rev. 

Francis, Bishop of Oxford, 15. 
Pakenham, Lady Georgina Sophia, 68 ; Thomas, 

Earl of Longford, 68. 
Palk, Hon'''= Evelyn Elizabeth, 102 ; Lawrence, 

Baron Haldon, 102; Maria Harriett, Lady Haldon, 

102. 
Palmer, Mary Ellen, 106 ; Sir William Henry Roger, 

Bt., 106. 
Park, Rev. Philip, 103. 
Parker, Eliza Anne, 18 ; Ethel Geraldine, 103 ; 

Harding, 18 ; John 0.\ley, 103 ; Louisa, 103 ; 

Oxley Durant, 103. 
Parkin, Eleanor Odell, 126; George, 126. 
Parkinson, Abraham, 62 ; Rev. John, 137 ; Sarah, 

62; Rev. Stephen, 116. 
Parry, Anna Maria Isabella, loi ; Charles Clinton, 

loi ; Sir Charles Hubert Hastings, Bt., 103; 

Dorothea, 102 ; Edith Joan Gambler, 104 ; Rev. 

Edward Archibald, 15S ; Lady Elizabeth Maude, 

103 ; Ernest Gambler, loi, 102 ; Ethel Geraldine, 

103; Ethelinda, loi ; Hon"" Evelyn Elizabeth, 102; 

Florence Caroline, loi ; Francis Noel Clinton, 

loi ; Grace, 104 : Gwendolen Maud, 103 ; Hilda 

Katherine Gambler, 104 ; Linda Isabel Gambler, 

102 ; Lucy Anna, 102 ; Mary, loi ; Mary Beatrice 

Gambler, 103 ; Michael Dennian Gambier, 104 ; 

Owen Clinton, lOi ; Richard, loi ; Richard 

Gambier, 104; Sidney Gambier, loi, 104; 

Thomas, loi ; Thomas Gambier, loi ; Thomas 

Mark Gambier, 102 ; Thomas Robert Gambier, 

102. 
Parsons, Herbert, 26, 27; John, 27; Sarah, 27. 
Pass, Mary, 89. 

Paterson, Isabella Maria, 92; John Sherlock, 92. 
Patterson, Rev. Robert, 170. 
Pauncefote-Duncombe, Philip Duncombe, 120; 

Sophia, 120. 



Peacock, Arabella, 89; Rev. Charles Alfred, 117; 

John, 89 ; Richard Atkinson, 89 ; Sarah, 89. 
Pearson, Adelaide Catherine, 166 ; Adelaide Mary 
Anne, 166; Adele Madeline, 164; Amherst 
Charles Hagerman, 166; Anne, 164; Anne 
Amelia, 164; Rev. Arthur Charles, 165; Charlotte 
Eli7.abeth Catherine Amelia, 165 ; Eliza, 164 ; 

Ellen, 164; Emma, 164: Francis Brad.shaw, 166; 

Georgiana Elizabeth, 165; Georgiana Louisa, 165; 

Hannah Glazebrook, 164; Lieut. -Colonel Henr)', 

165; Rev. Henry, 166; Isabel Emma, 166; 

Rev. J. B., 76: Jane Elizabeth, 166; John, 165; 

Katherine Adele .Madeline, 165; Mary, 76; 

Mary Georgiana, 164; Thomas, 164; Rev. William 

Carter, 166. 
Peauly, Sarah, 38; Sarah Martha, 38. 
Peddle, Alice (Adekiide Sophia), 57; Eliza, 57; 

Francis Samuel Graham, 57 ; William, 57. 
Peel, Archibald, 106 ; Catherine, 4 ; Ellen, 106 ; 

John Henry Westcar, 4 ; Lucy Anne Law, 4 ; 

Mary Pollen, 106; Rev. the Hon""^ Maurice 

Berkeley, 106. 
Pegler, P^mma, 43; Joseph,' 43. 
Pellew, Kev. the Hon^'e Edward, 78; Hon"' Frances, 

78 ; Very Rev. the Hon"" George, 78, 80 ; Henry 

Edward, 78 ; Marian Hilare Adelaide, 78, 80. 
Penhorwood, Fanny, 58. 
Pennefather, Rev. Somerset Edward, 102. 
Penrice, Rev. Charles, 70 ; Hannah, 70 ; Thomas, 

70. 
Peploe, Mary, 91. 
Percival, Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of Hereford, 21, 84 ; 

Rev. Launcelot Jefferson, 88. 
Peters, Rev. Prebendary Charles Powell, 177. 
Phelps, Rev. Lancelot Ridley, 128. 
Phillimore, Walter George Frank, 81. 
Phillips, Frances Edith Sarah, 172 ; Rev. John, 179 ; 

Madeline Bessie, 171; Sarah Anne, 171, 172; 

Rev. Stephen, 47; William, 171, 172. 
Pickering, Dora Helen, 94; John, 94. 
Pierrepont, Hon^'B Evelyn Henr)', 77 ; Georgine 

Jane Elizabeth Fanny, Countess Manvers, 77 ; 

Honi^'e Sophia, 77 ; Sydney William Herbert, Earl 

Manvers, 77. 
Pierson, Rev. Kirkshaw Thomson, S3. 
Pilkington, Rev. Charles, 179. 
Pirn, Charlotte Henrietta, 94 ; George, 94 ; Mary 

Georgina, 94. 
Pinchin, George, 62 ; Georgiana, 62. 
Planche, James Robinson, 46. 
Player, Agatha, 176 ; Albert Joseph, 176 ; Alfred Eldad, 

173, 175; .Amelia, 175; Ann, 173-176; Athaiah 

Eber,i7S; CaroUne, 173,175; Edith Margaret, 175; 

Elizabeth, 173, 174; Emma, 176; Emma Jessie, 

176; Ernest, 176; Ernest John, 176; Ethel, 176; 

Ezra Edwards, 173; James Edmund, 175; John, 

175; John Ashley, 174: John Dane, 173-175; 

Joseph, 173, 176; Kathleen Man,-, 174; Mabel, 

175; Mabel Agatha, 176; Margaret Jenny, 175; 

Maria, 176; Samuel, 174; Sarah, 173, 175; 

Sophia, 174; Stephen, 173; Susannah, 173; 

Thomas Boltwood, 173; Vera Catherine Dane, 175; 

Violet Mabel, 174; William, 173; William 

Frederick, 174; William Goodacre, 173, 175. 
Plunimer, John, 16; Mary Louisa, 16. 
Plunket, John, Baron, 103: Hon'''" Louisa, 103. 
Pole, Anne Eliza, 146 ; Charles Van Notten, 145, 

146 ; Charles Richard Van Notten, 146 ; Edward 

Cliiherow Van Notten, 146; Felizarda, 145; 

Felizarda Matilda, 145, 146. 
Pollard, Rev. Edward, 3 ; Maria Elizabeth, 3. 
Pond, Henry. 190; Mary, 190. 
Ponsbv, Rev. G. , 95. 
Ponsonby, Arthur Augustus William Harry, 102 ; 

Dorothea, 102; General Sir Henry Frederick, 102; 

Hon'''« Mary Elizabeth, 102. 
Poock, Rev. Thomas, 175. 
Poole, Rev. Prebendary William, 7. 



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I'orlal, Rev. George Raymoml, 19. 

Potgieler, Susan, 63. 

Pott, Norbury, 14S ; Robert, 150. 

Potts, Anne, Sg ; Catharina Thorpe, 89 ; Laurence 
Ilolker, 89. 

Puvah, Calliarine Caroline, 141 ; Catharine Mary, 
141 ; Rev. John Vidgen, 141. 

Povcy, Harriett, 4 ; John, 4 ; Sarah Harriett, 4. 

Powell, Rev. Frank Joseph, 45 ; Isaac, 90 ; Rev. 
James Baden, 118 ; Jane, 90 ; Martha, 90. 

Powerscourt, Richard, Viscount, 120. 

Powlett, Charles Frederick Powlett, Baron Bayning, 
116. 

Powys, Rt. Rev. the Hon^"'" Horatio, Bishop of 
Sodor and Man, 77 ; Mary, 24 ; Richard, 24. 

Poyntz, Rev. Newdigate, 6. 

Preston, Caroline, 122; Francis William, 122; 
Rev. George Reginald Preston, 94 ; Georgina 
Charlotte, 122 ; Thomas Edward, 122 ; Sir 
Thomas Hulton, Bt., 122; William Willoughby, 
122. 

Price, Albinia Eliza, 148 ; Alexander Smirke, 151 ; 
Alfred Adams, 150; Annette Mary, 149; Annette 
Maud Warner, 150; Bartholomew, 14S ; Sir Ch.arles 
Bt., 148, 150; Charlotte Mary, 149; Charlotte 
Savery, 14S ; Edith Mabel Warner, 149 ; Rev. 
Edmund, 14S-150; Eliza Lockett, 150; Ellen 
Anne, 150; Ethel Florence, 152; Ethel Marian, 
151; Ernest Charles, 151; Eva, 152; Fanny 
Hughes, 150; Frances Augusta, 14S; Francis 
Lysons, 14S, 152 ; George, 149 ; Geraldine Mabel, 
152; Guy Adams, 151 ; Hall Rokeby, 148; 
Ilarriet, 150; Helen Mary, 151; Herbert Still, 
151; Kathleen Mary, 152; Kenneth Alexander, 

151 ; Laura Frances, 151 ; Leonard Charles, 152; 
Louisa Charlotte Mary, 152; Louisa Georgina, 

152 ; Louisa Mary, 151 ; Marguerite Warner, 150 ; 
Marian Frances, 152; Dame Mary, 14S ; Dame 
Mary Anne, 148, 150; Mary Sophia, 150; Ralph, 
14S; Rev. Ralph, 150; Lieut. -Colonel Ralph 
Anstruther, 150; Ralph Charles, 148, 150, 152; 
Ralph George, 149; Robert, 150; Robert James 
Stafford, 150; Rowland, 151 ; Sarah, 148; Sarah 
Anne, 149 ; Sophia Catharine, 150. 

Prideaux, Ada HoUond, 142 ; Agnes, 142 ; Agnes 
Maxwell, 142 ; Alfred, 143 ; Amy Henrietta, 142, 
144 ; Ann, 143 ; Anna, 140 ; Annie, 143 ; Annie 
Vivian, 143 ; Antoinette, 143 ; Arthur Robert, 
140, 142 ; Augusta, 140, 143, 144 ; Augusta 
Frances Ellen, 142 ; Catharine Ellen, 141 ; Dame 
Catharine Mary, 141; Charles, 140-142; Charles 
Vivian, 144 ; Clara Allen, 144 ; Claudia Fanny, 
143; Dorothy, 140; Edith Kara, 142; Edward, 
144; Eliza, 141; Elizabeth, 140, 141; Elizabeth 
Lovey, 143 ; Ellen Elizabeth, 140 ; Emily Ball, 
144 ; Fanny Ashe, 144 ; Frederick, 144 ; Rev. 
Frederick Joseph, 143 ; Geoffrey Arthur, 142 ; 
George, 140 ; Henry, 142 ; Henry Maxwell, 143 ; 
Humphrey Hollond, 141 ; Joseph Kingston, 144 ; 
Julia Anne, 144; Kathleen Vivian, 144; Louisa 
Charlotte, 142; Lucy, 144; Mabel, 142; Margaret 
^L, 143; Marion Fenn, 141; Mary, 143; Nora 
Margaret, 142 ; Robert Morris, 143 ; Sarah Anna, 
140; Sarah Ball, 144; .Sarah Elizabeth Ball, 140; 
Sarah Morris, 143 ; Sarah Treverbian, 142 ; Rev. 
Sherburne Povah Tregelles, 142 ; Susannah Racliel, 
143 ; Vivian, 143 ; Walter, 140 ; Rev. Walter 
Alfred, 143, 144 ; Walter Baldwin, 143 ; Sir 
Walter Sherburne, 140-142; Walter Treverbian, 
141 ; William, 140. 

I'ridham, Arthur, 143 ; Arthur Edward, 140-144 ; 
Charles, 143; Joseph, 143; Maria, 144; Susannali 
Rachel, 143. 

Priestley, Annette Maud Warner, 150; Eliza, 150; 
Joseph Child, 149, 150; Sir William Overend, 
150. 

IVitchard, May Woodthorpe, 63 ; Stanley, 63 ; 
Thomas, 63. 



Procter, Rev. Canon Charles Tickell, 3. 

Proctor, Augusta Susanna, 192; Lieut. -General, 

192. 
Prytherch, Mary, i ; Stephen, i. 
Pullan, Rev. Edward Wilfrid, 4. 
Pullin, Nora Moore, 82 ; William Campbell, 82. 
I'urves, Ellen, 79 ; John Home, 79. 
I'ym, Francis, 130; Lady Jane Elizabeth, 130; Lucy 

Katherine, 130. 



Rabier, Jacques, 42 ; Jeanne Marie Louise Eugenie, 

42- 
Radcliffe, Ada, 104 ; Alice, 79 ; Charles Henry, 
183; Frederick Peter Del me, 79; General Robert 
Parker, 104. 
Ramsden, Arthur Charles, 130 ; Arthur John, 130; 
Elizabeth Jane, 130; Frances Elizabeth, 130; Rev. 
William, 130. 
de Ramsey, Edward, Baron, 117; Mary Julia, Lady, 
117; Rosamond Jane Frances, 117; William 
Henry, Baron, 117. 
Randall, Alexander, 68 ; Rt. Rev. James Leslie, 

Bishop of Reading, 20. 
Ranken, Elizabeth, 105 ; Elizabeth Browning, 105 ; 

George, 105. 
Rankin, Anne, 93 ; Robert, 93. 

Rawlinson, Margaret Mary, 88 ; William George, 
88 ; Wynefred, 88. 

Read, Esther, 57 ; James, 57 ; Sarah Jones, 57 ; 
Thomas, 57. 

Recce, Elizabeth, 1S5 ; John Robert, 185 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 185. 

Reed, Frances Amelia, 63 ; George Thomas, 63 ; 
Susan, 63. 

Reeve, Elizabeth Pleasance, 83 ; James, 83 ; 
Lorina, 83 ; Nathaniel, 33 ; Sarah, 33. 

Renaud, Rev. Canon William, 85. 

Rennick, Alexander, 92 ; Anne Jane, 92. 

Renwick, Annie, 143. 

Repington, Lieut. -General Charles Ashe A'Court, 
103 ; Elizabeth, 103. 

Repton, George William John, 14. 

Rew, Albert Oldham, 123 ; Alexander Robert Craw- 
ford, 126; Amy Charlotte Helena, 125; Ann, 123; 
Augusta, 126; Augustine deBernus, 123; Champion 
Crawford, 124; Rev. Charles, 123-6; Charles 
Edward Daliel Oldham, 126; Edith Oldham, 
125; Elizabeth, 124; Emily Lorraine, 124; Emma, 
124-6; Ethel Vincent, 125; Eva, 124; Frederick 
Bertrand, 126; George Crawford, 123, 124; 
George Henry, 124, 125 ; George Russell, 124 ; 
Georgina Eleanor, 126 ; Gladys, 124 ; Gladys Mary 
FitzMaurice, 126; Henry Newton, 123 ; Henry 
Oldham, 123 ; Hilda Muriel, 123 ; Louisa, 126 ; 
Lydia Mariquinhas, 123; Mary, 126; Mary Ann, 
123, 125, 126; Noel Charles Radford, 124; Phyllis 
Helen, 124; Reginald Pell, 124; Robert Pell, 125; 
Russell Allen Pell, 126; Sarah, 123; Sarah Eliza, 
124; Theodora Glen, 124; Vere Nellhorpe, 124; 
William, 123 ; William Andrew, 123 ; William 
Oldham, 123; William Pell, 123. 

Rice, Rev. Howard, lOI. 

Richards, Elizabeth, 41 ; Sarah, 41 ; Thomas, 41. 

Richardson, Agnes Ellington, 49 ; Elizabeth, 49 ; 
Hannah, 106 ; Isabella Frances Lapidge, 133 ; 
J., 106; Rev. James, 49; Thomas Henry, 133. 

Ridgeway, Rev. Charles John, 94. 

Ridout, Lionel, 31; Louisa Jane, 31. 

Rigden, Richard Henry, 184. 

Kipon, Rt. Rev. William Boyd Carpenter, Bishop of, 
16. 

Ritchie, Barbara, 96; William, 96. 

Rivington, Rev. Canon, 15; Rev. Thurston, 16. 

Roach, Elizabeth Harris, 9 ; John Jeanes, 9 
Kezia, 9. 



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Roberts, Henry, 85 ; Ida, 93 ; John, 6 ; Miriam 

Chevallicr, 85 ; Sarah, 6 ; Rev. William Tender, 

184. 
Robertson, Anne, 1G5, 170; Ethel Lilley, 170 j 

Frederick Steell, 1 70; Gcorgiana F,li/.al)eth, 165 ; 

Isabella, 54; John, 54; William, 165; Lieut. - 

Colonel William, 165 ; William Borwick, 170. 
Robinson, Agnes, 93 ; Charles Backhouse, 93 ; 

Ellen Anne, 150; George Thomas, 180; J., 150; 

Helen Mary, igS; Mary Anne, 198; Thomas, 19S. 
Roche, Hon'"'' Alexis Charles Burke, 157 ; Edmund 

Burke, Baron Fermoy, 157; Hon'''* Lucy Maud, 

'57- 
Rochefort, Anne Emma, 44 ; Elisee, 44. 
Rochester, Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop 

of, 70. 
Rodman, George Hook, 167 ; Margaret, 167 ; Mary 

Ann, 167. 
Roestyld, Antoinette, 143 ; Sigrid, 143 ; Winter Z., 

143- 

Rogers, Elizabeth, 17; Sir John, Bt., 17. 

Rooke, Rev. Francis Edward, 121 ; Rev. Frederick 
John, 121; Gertrude, 121. 

Rooker, Rev. John, 112. 

Rose, Rev. Edward Joseph, 85, loS. 

Rouse, Harry, 71. 

Routh, Eliza, 86; W., 86. 

Rowland, Anne Laura, 184; John, 184. 

Rowley, Rev. Prebendary, 138. 

Rowsell, Rev. Herbert, 117. 

Royds, Rev. Charles Smith, 109 ; Clement, 109 ; 
Jane, 109; Rev. John, 109. 

Royston.Anne, 164; Christopher, 164; Elizabeth, 164. 

Rudge, Agnes Malvina Nouaille, 147 ; Anne, 
145 ; Anne Eliza, 146 ; Arthur William, 147 ; 
Augusta Felizarda, 146 ; Beatrice Geraldine, 145 ; 
Dorothy Gwendoline, 145 ; Edith, 145 ; Edward 
Cecil William, 146 ; Edward Charles, 145 ; 
Edward John, 145 ; Edward John Henry, 146 ; 
Elizabeth, 145 ; Emily Alford, 146 ; Felizarda, 
145 ; Florence, 145 ; Florence Caroline, 147 ; 
Helen Catherine, 145 : Howard Nouaille, 147 ; 
John Edward, 145 ; John Seymour, 146 ; Louisa 
Emily, 147 ; Mabel Felizarda, 147 ; Magdalen 
Florence Nouaille, 147 ; Margaret, 145 ; Mary, 
146 ; Mary Magdalen, 147 ; May Isobel, 145 ; 
Nouaille, 147 ; Samuel Nouaille, 147 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel Walter Reginald, 145 ; Rev. William 
John, 145-147; William Nouaille, 146; Williamina 
Alexandria Jane, 146. 

Rugge, Mary, 148 ; William, 148. 

Rumsey, Charlotte, 57 ; Rev. John, 57. 

Russell or Russel, Champion, 124; Emily Augusta, 
124; Eva, 124; John, 166; Sophia, 166. 

Rutledge, Rev. Charles Scott, 96. 

Rycroft, Edmund Hugh, 20 ; Dame Juliana, 20 ; 
Sir Nelson, Bt., 20; Winifred Edith, 20. 



St. Albans, Rt. Rev. Edgar Jacob, Bishop of, 85. 
St. Asaph, Rt. Rev. Alfred George Edwards, Bishop 

of, 94. 
St. John, Ambrose, I ; Jemima, r ; John, Lord, i. 
Salisbury, Rt. Rev. Edward Denison, loi. 
Salthouse, Rev. Robert, 95. 
Sanders, Eliza, 134; George, 136; Louisa Harriett, 

136; Robert, 134; Sanmel, 26; Sophia, 26. 
Sander.son, Rev. Edward, 26. 
Sandys, Rev. John James, 91, 92. 
Sargant, Maria, 99 ; William Lucas, 99. 
Saskatchewan, Bishop of, g. 
Satchell, Elizabeth, 76. 
Saunders, Very Rev. Augustus Page, 150; Charles, 

141 ; Sir Frederick Richard, 24 ; Jessie, 141 ; 

Mary Jane, 24 ; Maud Mary, 24. 



Savile, Elizabeth, Countess of Mexhorough, 14; John, 
Earl of Mexborougli, 14; Lady .Sarah Elizabeth, 14. 

SchUling, Bassano, 129. 

Scott or Schott, Alexander, 127 ; Anne Catherina, 
127; Anne Jane, 127; Rev. Avison Terry, 134; 
Beatrice Mary, 128; Carmen Estelle, 127; Edward 
Daniel, 128; Francis Clayton, 128; George 
Frederick, 128; Lady Gertrude Louisa, 70 j James 
William, 127, 128; Jane Millicent, 128; Johann 
Daniel, 127 ; John, Earl of Eldon, 70; John 
George, 127; Kitty, 95; Margaretha Christiana, 
127 ; Montagu, 36 ; Rear-Admiral Sir Percy 
Moreton, 36 ; Robert, 95 ; Samuel, 127; .Samuel 
Ha.slam, 127 ; Sarah Ann, 127 ; Sybil .Mary Gella, 
1 28 ; Dame Theresa Roma, ^6. 

Seal, Margaret Amelia, 179; Martin, 179; Sarah 
Elizabeth, 179. 

Seaman, Robert, 132; Susanna, 132. 

.Searle, Margaret, 137; Maurice, 137. 

Seegood, Alice Maria, 46. 

de Selincourt, Charles Alexandre, 43 ; Sarah .^nn, 
43 ; Theodora Bruce, 43. 

Selwyn, Rev. Edward Carus, 45 ; Rev. .Sydney 
Augustus, III. 

Seymer (Seymour), Elizabeth, 30 ; .Mary, 30 ; 
Richard, 30. 

Shakerley, Augusta Eleanor, 159 ; Eleanor Maria, 
159; Geoffry Joseph, 159. 

Sharpe, Rev. Henry, 112. 

Shearer, Georgiana Barrie, 194; James, 194; Janet, 
194. 

Sheldon, Adelaide Gustavia Catherine Maria, 112; 
Emily Benigna, 112; Rev. James, 112. 

Shelley, Dame Charl.)tte Martha, 119; Sir Frederick, 
Bt., 119; .Sir John, Bt., 119; Dame Marion Emma, 
119. 

Sheppard, .Vda Frances Julia, 187 ; Albert Kingston, 
185, 1S7; Alfred, 1S5, 1S7 ; Alice Maud, 186; 
.•Mian, 188; Allen Cecil, 187; Anne Seward, 1S6; 
Bertram Kingston, 187; Catherine Wilson, 188; 
Cecd, 188; Charles, 186; Charles Oliver, 185; 
Claude Morris, 1S7 ; Dorothy Seward Nicholson, 
185 ; Douglas, 188 ; Rev. Edgar, 36, 37, 46, 120, 
142; Edith Alice, 188; Edith Mary, 185; Eleanor 
Tulia, 187 ; Elizabeth Ruth, 185 ; Ethel Irene, 
'188; Ethel Maud, 188; Faith Elizabeth, 186; 
Florence Agnes, 185 ; Frances Alice, 187 ; 
Frederick William, 185; George Alfred Reece, 
1S5; Gertrude Elizabeth, 186; Harriett, 41, 42, 
1S5, 188; Herbert Charles, 1S6; Ida Rosalie, 1S5; 
Irene, 1S8; James, 41, 42, 185 ; Joyce .Mary, 186; 
Kate, 185; Laurence Julian, 187; Leonard Charles 
Sutton, 186 ; Lewis Chailes Burford, 1S6 ; Mary, 
186; .Mary Anne, 186; Mary Elizabeth, 1S5 ; 
Norman Frederick, 188; Norman Lovel, 1S7; 
Olive Mary, 185: Oliver, 185; Phoebe, 42, 188: 
Thomas, 187; Thomas Joseph, 188; Thomas 
Wilfred, 1S7; Walter Allen, 1S7, 18S; Walter 
John, 188. 
Sherbrooke, Rev. Henry Nevile, 193. 

.Shields, Anne, 6i ; John, 61. 

Shirley, Rev. James, 193. 

Shore, Rev. Canon Thomas Teignmouth, 159. 

Shrewsbury and Talbot, Charles John Clietwynd, 
Earl of, 15. 

Sidmouth, Georgiana Susan, Viscountess, 78; Henry, 

Viscount, 78 ; William Wells, Viscount, 78. 
Siefert, Sigrid, 143; Z., 143. 

Simpson, Adam, 77 : Anne, 77, 89 ; .\rabella. 89 ; 
Catharina Thorpe, So : Edward, Sq, 90 : Edward 
Robert, 90; Eliza, 89 : Emmeline, 90 ; Emmeline 
Hawkins, 90 ; Enid Foulerton Hawkins, 90 ; 
Ethel Bertha Maria, 90 ; Henrietta Lavini.i, 90 ; 
Isabella, 90 ; Jane, 90 ; John, .S9 ; Rev. John, 90 ; 
John Hawkins, 90; Rev. Joseph, 77; Kate 
M.ariannc, go ; Laurence Edward, 89 ; Mary. 76, 
8g, 90 ; Mary Grace, 90 ; Robert, 89 : Rev. Robert 
89 ; Robert John, 90 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 89. 



Singleton, John, 77 ; Patience, 77. 

Skinner, Rev. John, 1S2. 

Sleeman, Rev. Peter, I7- 

Smith, Albert, 164; Amy Georgina, 37; Ann, 196; 
Anna Fraser, 105; Benj.imin, 7; Charles Mauley, 
37 ; Rev. Kdgar, 195, 196 ; Edward, 169 ; Eliza- 
beth, 41, 49, 185; Emma Cecilia, 169; ErnaM, 
16; Everilda, 196; Faith, 7; Frank Baird, 105; 
Rev. George, 192 ; Georgina Fanny, 37 ; Henry, 
7; Rev. John Robert Pawley, 118; Rev. Joseph 
Henry, 167; Rev. Joseph Newton, 53; Julia, 98; 
Linds.ay Elizabeth, 16 ; Mabel Elizabeth Georgina, 
16 ; Mary, 7 ; Mary Ann, 167 ; Mary Anne Eliza, 
98 ; Mary Louisa Adelaide, 169 ; Rev. Matthew, 
176; Pethuel, 98; Richard, 196; Samuel, 167; 
-Saiah, 44; T., 44; Wilhelmina, 192. 

Smyth, Georgiana Rosetta, 142; James, 116; 
Liivinia, n6; Admiral William Henry, 142. 

Snell, Catherine Mary Grace, 132 ; Edward, 132 ; 
Edward Ward, 132. 

Sodor and Man, Rt. Rev. the Hon'"'' Horatio Powys, 
RLshop of, 77. 

Solly, VVilliam Hammond, 25. 

Sondes, Eleanor, Lady, 117; George John, Baron, 
117. 

South, John, 132; John Arthur, 132; Marion Edith, 
132; Sarah, 132. 

Southam, .Agnes Fanny, 136; Frances, 136; Francis, 
136; William, 136. 

Southwell, Hon'''= Arthur Francis, 28 ; Mary Paulina 
Anne, 28. 

Sowerby, Emily Frances Annie, 88 ; Emily Isabella 
Jane, 88 ; Colonel George, 88 ; Rev. Walter 
James, 146. 

Spanton, James, 191 ; Sarah, 191. 

Sparks, John, 30. 

Speck, Annie Isabelle, 151 ; James, 151. 

Spencer-Churchill, John Winston, Duke of Marl- 
borough, 117; Lady Rosamond Jane Frances, 117. 

Spensley, Rev. W'. , 48. 

Spicer, Rev. Newton John, 87. 

Spottiswoode, William Hugh, 156. 

Spr.agge, Charlotte Elizabeth Catherine Amelia, 165 ; 
Martha Ann, 165 ; William, 165. 

Springate, Anne, iSo; John, iSo. 

Spry, Rev. John Hume, 145. 

Spurgeon, Charles Whaley, 162 ; Katherine, 162 ; 
Laura Sophia, 162. 

Squarey, Eliza, 185 ; Kate, 185; Thomas, 185. 

Stacey, Charlotte, 69 ; Courtney, 69. 

Stafford, Julia, 187. 

Stagg, Robert, 133; Rev. Samuel William, 132, 133; 
Sarah Anne, 133. 

Stamford, George Harry, Earl of, 78. 

Stanfield, Clarkson, 194; Harriet Theresa, 194. 

Stanforth, Henry, 192 ; Margaret, 192. 

Stanley, Hon*"'' Alex.andra Frances Anne, 117; 
Hon'''" Ferdinand Charles, 117 ; Frederick Arthur, 
Earl of Derby, 117. 

Starling, Eliziibeth, 191 ; Thomas, 191. 

Stedman, Colonel, 3; Sophia, C. , 3. 

Steele, Charlotte, 94 ; Robert, 94. 

Stephenson, Elizabeth, 14 ; Henry, 14. 

Stevens, Rt. Rev. Thoma.s, Bishop of Barking, 85 ; 
Rev. William Ernest Oliver, 139. 

Stevenson, Alice, 96 ; Alice Bertha, 169 ; Alithea 
Mana, 96 ; Henry Richard, 169 ; Mary, 6 ; Mary 
Ann Elizabeth, 169 ; Ralph, 6 ; Victor Albert 
Joseph, 1G9 ; William Cochrane, 96. 

Steward, Charles Richards, 166. 

Stewart, Rev. Ravenscroft, 37. 

Still, Caroline Sarah P'elicia, 151; Rev. John, 151; 
Laura Frances, 151 ; Robert, 151 ; Stafford 
F'rancis, 14S-151. 

Stockdale, Rev. Edg.ir, 45. 

Stokes, Elizabeth, 107 ; Rev. Gabriel, 107 ; Rev. 
Henry George, 107 ; Hudleston, 107 ; Sarah 
Ellen, 107. 



Stone, .Annie Elizabeth, 134; .\nnic Emily (N.ancye), 

134; Ellen, 49; Frank William, 134; Susanna 

Margaretta, 49 ; William, 49. 
Stopford, James, Earl of Courtown, 24 ; James John, 

24; Mary, Countess of Courtown, 24; Hon'''^ Slary, 

24; Hon''''' Sir Robert, 24; Robert Fanshawe, 24. 
.Storrs, Rev. John, 36. 
.Story, Margaret, 167. 
Stolhert, Elizabeth Kelson, 98 ; Jolin, 9S ; Susanna, 

98. 
Stott, Rev. Frank Charles, no. 
Stracey, Emma Anne, 79 ; Emma Elizabeth, 79 ; 

John, 79. J 

Strange, Charlotte, Lady, 177. 
Stratton, Mary, 50. 

Sturdy, Elizabeth, 164 ; Mary, 164; William, 164. 
Sturges, Rev. .Simon, 160. 
Suffield, Edward, Baron, 193. 
Sumner, Rt. Rev. George Henry, Bishop of Guildford, 

20. 
Sutton, Rev. Arthur, 74; Rev. Augustus, 166; 

Francis Henry Astley Manners, 119, 121 ; Ven'''"* 

Robert, 74. 
Swallow, John Theophilus, 106. 
Swan, Ann, 13S ; Elizabeth, 138 ; Frances, 138; 

George, 13S; Henry, 13S; John Harneis, 137; 

Mary, 137. 
Symonds, Anne, 84 ; Rev. Arthur, 104 ; Frederick, 

84; Rev. Henry, 15; J. F., loS ; Mabel Alloway, 

loS ; Margaret Rosamond, 84 ; Noel Parry, 108. 



Talbot, Charles Arthur, iiS; Rt. Rev. Edward 

Stuart, Bishop of Rochester, 70 j Gwendolen Mary, 

118. 
Tannett, Anne, 59 ; Thomas, 59. 
Tawney, Charles, 4 ; Elizabeth Copland, 4. 
Taylor, Beatrice Mary, 128; Eliza Lockelt, 150; 

John Leigh, 128 ; Rev. Robert Milford, 69 ; 

Thomas, 150. 
Tench, Anne Seward, 186. 
Tetley, Rev. James George, 103, 104. 
Thear, Mary, 50 ; William, 50. 
Thomas, Fanny, iSg ; Katherine Elizabeth, 25 ; 

Nathaniel, 25 ; Richard, 1S9. 
Thomason, Thomas, 129. 
Thompson, Charlotte, log ; Edward Christopher, 2 ; 

Emily, 2 ; Emily Jane, 95 ; George Hughes, 2 ; 

Rev. Henry, 1S4; J., 95; James William, 2; John 

Jenkins, 109; Louisa Alloway, 109; .Margaret, 84; 

Samuel Henry, 84 ; William, 2 ; Rev. William 

Joseph, 168; William Knight, 2; Rev. William 

Oswell, 3. 
Thomson, Ellen, 28 ; Guy, 28. 
Thome will, Edward, 76 ; Fanny Susan, 76 ; Mary, 

76. 
Thornton, Harry Edward, 175. 
Thorp, Harriet Eleanor, 136; Henry John, 136; 

John, 136 : Mary, 136. 
Thorpe, Ann, 164 : Francis, 164. 
Thurlow, Rev. Alfred Richard, 1S4; Rev. Francis 

Ralph, 184 ; Margaret Clopton, 8 ; Mary 

Kath--rine, 184: Rev. Richard, 184; William 

Thurlow Godfrey, 8. 
Titcomb, Rt. Rev. John Holt, Bishop of Rangoon, 

165; Rev. Jonathan Holt, 44. 
Tod, David, 196; Edith Muriel, 196. 
Toonc, Rev. John, 49. 
Torin, Harriet, 148; Richard, 14S. 
Torr, Rev. William Edward, 45. 
Townsend, Rev. John Hume, 146. 
Travers, Rev. Charles Henry, 119. 
Trebeck, Rev, Thomas, 53. 
Tiegelles, Dorothy, 140 ; Samuel, 140 ; Samuel 

Prideaux, 140; Sarah Anna, 140. 
Trelawny, Rev. Charles Trelawny Collins, 82. 



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Trueman, Rev. Henrj' Joseph, 184. 

Tuck, Agnes Elizabeth Hustler (Nesta), 23; Agnes 
Margaret, 23 ; George Hustler, 23. 

Tucker, Bessie Baylan, 83; Rufus Sylvester, 83. 

Turnbull, Addy Gertrude, 195; Alice Mar)', 19S ; 
Anne, 194; Annie Beatrice, 196; Annie Mary 
Hennessy, 197 ; Beatrice Helen, 195 ; Bernard 
Ruel, 197; Bertrand, 198; Colin Bede, 197; 
Cyril Hayes, 197 ; Dorothy, igS ; Edgar Oswald, 
195; Edilh Muriel, 196; Ellen, 189; Emma Alice, 
194. 197 ; Ethel, 195 ; Everilda, 196 ; Everikla 
Alice, 196; Fanny, 189; Frances Clitheroe, 195; 
Francis Harold, 197; George, 1S9, 198; George 
Lindsay, 189; Georgiana Barrie, 194; Georgina 
Mary (Georgie), 198: Gerald Martin, 198; Gerard 
Illtyd, 198 ; Helen Mary, 19S ; Jane, 196 ; Jane 
Keld, 196 ; Janet Mildred Alice, 194 ; John, 194, 
195; John Oswin, 19S; John Webster, 196; 
Kathleen, 195 ; Kevin Philip Joseph, 197 ; Lewis 
Cuthbert, 197; Lewis Robert, 197; Mary, 194; 
Mary Edgar, 195; Mary Elsie, 196; Mary 
Josephine, 19S ; Maurice Joseph Lawson, 197 ; 
Muriel Ethel, 195 ; Olive Gwendoline, 197 ; 
Oswald Graham Noel, 196 ; Paul Stanislas, 198 ; 
Philip, 194, 196 ; Philip Bernard, 197 ; Phoebe 
(Effie), 197 ; Reginald March, 194, 195 ; Reginald 
March Kesterson, 195 ; Richard Eric, 19S ; 
Robert Henry, 197 ; Sarah, 195 ; Stanley, 196 ; 
Stanley Gawain Lawson, 196 ; Thomas, 194 ; 
Thomas Lancelot Gawain, 196 ; Thomas Mont- 
gomerie, 194; Wilfred, 198; Wilfrid Oswald, 198; 
William, 195; Winifred, 19S. 

Turner, Anne, 137, 138; Bertha, 134; Catherine 
Harriet, 135 ; Elizabeth, 138, 186 ; Hugh, 135 ; 
Margaret, 137 ; Mary, 137 ; Samuel, 137 ; Rev. 
Samuel, 137, 138 ; Sarah Maria, 138 ; Thomas 
William, 186; Walton, 134; Winifred, 135; 
see also Wright. 

Tuson, Charlotte, 57 ; George, 57 ; Henry, 57 ; 
Mary, 57. 

Tyrwhitt-Drake, Rev. Frederick Edward, 122. 

Tyssen, Francis John, 68 ; Mary, 68. 

Tyssen-Amherst, Hon"" Alicia Margaret, 70; Amelia, 
70; Hon''''-" Beatrice Margaret, 70 ; Hon''''^ Florence 
Margaret, 69 ; Florence Mary, 71 ; Francis, 72 ; 
Hon'''" Geraldine Margaret, 71 ; Hon''''' Margaret 
Mitford, 69; Margaret Susan, Lady Amherst, 69; 
Mary, 70 ; Hon*"'" Rothes Margaret, 68 ; 
Hon'''" Sybil Margaret, 69 ; William Amhurst, 
70, 72 ; William Amhurst, Baron Amherst, 69 ; 
William George Tyssen, 70 ; see also Amherst and 
Daniel-Tyssen. 

U 

Udall, Ehza Sophia, 59; Ellen, 59; Robert, 59. 
Ullathorne, Rev. John, 198. 
Upton, Archer Thomas, 147. 

Uttley, Emma, 176; Ethel, 176; George, 176; 
James, 176, 



Valentine, Rev. George T., 176. 

Vanier, Clarisse Marie Gabrielle, 133; George, 133. 

Vanneck, Hon''''= Joshua Charles, 76. 

^'an Reemen, Edward, 82 ; Susanna Catherine, 82. 

Varley, Dorothy, 134; Frank, 134; Harold, 134. 

\'aughan, Rev. Charles Lyndhurst, 156, 157 ; 

Henrietta Barbara, 156; John, 156; Mary Ann, 

39; Mary Ann Elizabeth, 169; William, 39. 
Veale-Lane, Louisa Emily, 147; Thomas, 147. 
Verney, Sir Harry, 26. 
Vernon, Henrietta, 14; Richard, 14. 
Vesey, Ven*"'" Francis Gerald, 117. 
Villiers, Rev. Charles, 71 ; Rev. Ernest Amhurst, 70; 

Florence Mary, 71 ; Rt. Rev. the Hon'''" Henry 

Montagu, Bishop of Durham, 71. 



Vivian, Ann, 143 ; Rev, James William, 141 ; Julia, 

143 ; Nicholas, 143. 
Voce, Mary, 175. 
Vosper Christina Linn, 96 ; Gerald Linn, 96 ; 

Margery, 96; Thomas, 96. 



W 



Wace, Ellen Elizabeth, 140; Major-General Richard, 
140; Rev. Richard Henry, 140. 

Wakefield, Elizabeth, 141 ; Jane, 141 ; Thomas 
Christy, 141. 

Walby, Catherine, 173; Elizabeth, 173; Henry, 173. 

Waldegrave, Rev. the Hon'''" Samuel, 130. 

Waldo, Rev. Joseph Peter, 83. 

Walford-Gosnell, Catherine Harriet, 135 ; John 
Desborough, 135. 

Walker, Ann, 56, 93 ; Arthur Abney, 52-54 ; Arthur 
Bertram, 55 ; Arthur Edward, 53 ; Caroline 
Elizabeth, 53 ; Cecil Norman, 54 ; Edward Abney, 
S3 ; Elizabeth, 52 ; Elizabeth Edith, 54 ; Elizabeth 
Emily Henrietta, 54 ; Ellen Howard, 52 ; Emily, 

53 ; Ernest Abney, 55 ; Ethel, 56 ; Ethel Mary, 

54 ; Florence Annie, 55 ; Florence Honor, 53 ; 
Florence Isabel, 54 ; Frances Isabella Carr, 55 ; 
Frederick Albert, 52 ; Frederick HuV)ert, 55 ; 
Frederick John, 54 ; Helen Dorothy Allen Hard- 
wicke, 54 ; Helen Elizabeth Abney, 56 ; Henry, 
52 ; Colonel Henn,-, 56 ; Lieut. -Colonel Henry 
Frederick, 52 ; Henry Wotton, 53 ; Isabella, 54 ; 
Isabella Maud, 55 ; Joan Sybil, 55 ; Joshua, 52 ; 
Kate, 53 ; Katharine Christobcl, 55 ; Margaret, 54; 
Mary Anne Frances, 53 ; Olivia Constance, 54 ; 
Philip Ainslie, 52 ; PhiUp Ilderton, 55 ; Richard, 
93 ; Susanna, 52 ; \'iolet Frances, 55 ; Winifred 
Arthurine, 55. 

Wallis, Anne, 25 ; J., 25 ; John, 175. 

Walrond, Edith Isabel, 121 ; Hon'>''= Frances 

Caroline, 121 : Sir John, Bt., 121. 
Walsh, Rev. Gorges Richard Dallas, 145 ; Helen 

Catherine, 145. 
Ward, Edward Foote, 25 ; Elizabeth, 25 ; Henrietta 

Lavinia, 90 ; John, 53 ; Mary, 89 ; Richard, 25 ; 

Susannah, 53; Rev. William, 109; Zilla Mary, 25. 
Wardale, Dr., 45 ; Jessica Elizabeth, 45. 
Warner, Annette Mar)', 149 ; Harry Leonard, 149 ; 

Mary 149; Rev. Canon Richard Edward, 118; 

Rev. Simeon Burney, 149. 
Warr, Rev. Canon George Winter, 91. 
Warren, Alice Gertrude, 7 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; Rev. 

Robert Edward, 7 ; Rev. William, 162. 
Warrender, Charlotte, 77; Sir George, Bt., 77; 

Sir Patrick, Bt., 77. 
Warwick, Anne, Countess of, 14 ; Frances Evelyn, 

Countess of, 15 ; Francis Richard Charles Guy, 

Earl of, 14, 15; George, Earl of, 14; George 

Guy, Earl of, 14 ; Henrietta, Countess of, 14 ; 

Henry Richard, Earl of, 14 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 

Countess of, 14 ; see also Brooke and Greville. 
Wasey, Rev. John Spearman, 148. 
Washington, Adam, 147 ; Rev. Henry, 105. 
Watson, Clara, 161 ; Henry, 61 ; Rev. Henry, 160; 

Isabella, 61 ; Rev. Canon John, 197. 
Way, Rev. Charles John, 124; Emily Augusta, 124. 
Wayth, Charles, 68. 
Webb, Dorothea Emily Anne, 179 ; Tom Alexander, 

179- 
Webb-Peploe, Rev. Hanmer William, 192. 
Webster, Rev. Alexander Rhind, 68; Anne, 194; 

Rev. James, 159; John, 194. 
Weighill, Emma Alice, 197 ; Georgina Mary 

(Georgie). 19S ; Harrison, 198 ; John, 197, 19S ; 

MarkHenr)', 197. 
Weiss, Charles Nicholas, 112; Adelaide Gusta\-ia 

Catherine Martha, 112. 
Weldon, Helena Rachel Louise, 52; Lieut. -Colonel 

Thomas, 52. 



!I7 



Welldon, Most Rev. James Edward Cowell, Bishop 

of Calcutta, 92. 
Wemyss and March, Francis, Earl of, 14; Louisa, 

Countess of, 14. 
Wenham, Mary Anne Eliza, 98 ; Captain Richard, 

R.N., 98. 
Wessel, Frederica, 96 ; Kathleen Shirley, 96 ; Pedro 

Telesforo, 96 ; Peter Mathias, 96. 
Weston, Rev. Robert, 79; Rev. Thomas Woods, 132. 
Wethered, Rev. Florence Thomas, 122. 
Whatelev, Henry Laurence, 116; Inna, 116; John 

Welchman, 1 16. 
Whisson, Martha .\lice, 47 ; Mary, 48 ; Nathaniel, 

47. 48- 
Whitby, Charles William, 12S; Frances Gwynne, 

128. 
White, Anne, 194: .\nnie Jessie, 139; Rev. Charles, 

33 ; Dame Charlotte Elizabeth, 19 ; Cordelia, 19 ; 

Ellen Forster, 133; Rev. Henry, 156, 162; 

Isabella Frances Lapidge, 133 ; Joane Olive, 193 ; 

John Bayley, 139; Vice-Admiral Sir John 

Chambers, 19; Louisa Hetty, 171 ; Mary Louisa, 

171; T., 193; Rev. Thomas, 133; Thomas 

Charter, 171; William, 194. 
Whitehead, Rev. .\lfred, 54; George, 137; Harriot, 

85 ; Sir Thomas, 85. 
Whiteley, Ann, 175; Thomas, 175. 
Whithard, .Mary Gabrielle .Middlemore, 152. 
Whitmore, Catherine, 129; Rev. George, 129-13 1 ; 

Sara, 129; Thomas, 1 29. 
Wicksteed, Rev. Philip Henry, 75. 
Wignall, Katherine, 91 ; Richard, 91. 
Wigram, Rev. P'rederick Edward, 112; Henry, 80; 

Penelope, 80 ; Rachel Winifred, So. 
Wilkias, Rev. George, 89 ; Henry, 33 ; Rebecca, 33. 
Wilkinson (afterwards Denison), John, Si. 
Willacy, Rev. Henry George, 16. 
William-Powlett, Emma, Lady Bayning, 116; Henry, I 

Baron, 116. 
Williams, Arthur, 6; Catherine Sarah, 132; Charles, 

132; Edward, 4; Rev. Edward, 174; Eliza 

Augusta, 6 ; Elizabeth, 140 ; Lsetilia Maria, 

132 ; Philip, 6 ; Sarah, 6 ; General Sherburne 

Hodgkinson, 140; Ven'^'' Thomas, 35; Rev. 

W. H., 163. 
Williams- Wynn, Charlotte Henrietta, 73 ; Sir Henry 

Watkin, 73. 
Willis, Rev. William Armstrong, 85. 
Wills, Amy Seymour, 31 ; Annie Sophia Townshend, 

32 ; Arthur Leonard, 31 ; Dorothy Susie Eleanor, 

32, 39; Elizabeth Clara, 31; Ellen Anne, 31 ; 

Emily Augusta, 31 ; George Frederick, 30 ; George 

Herbert .Alexander, 32 ; George William Burrow, 

31 ; Rev. George William Burrow, 30 ; Georgina 

Sophia, 30 ; Herbert McClellan, 32, 39 ; Rev. 

John, 102 ; Marianne, 30, 31 ; Marion Emma, 31 ; 

Mar\-, 30; Samuel, 30; Samuel Seymour, 31 ; 

Sophia Townshend, 30 ; Susannah, 32, 39 ; 

Theophilus Samuel, 31. 
Wilson, Grace Amy, 36 ; Sir John, 27 ; Margaret, 

27 ; Colonel Nicholas, 36 ; Rev. Percival Ewen, 

106. 
Wiltshire, Eleanor (Nellie), 34 ; Henry, 34. 
Wingfield, Anthony flenry, 120; George John, 120; 

Julia, 120 ; Richard, Viscount Powerscourt, 120 ; 

Sophia, 120. 
Winnington-Ingram, Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley, Bishop 

of London, 120. 



Winslow, Rev. Charles de Blois, 92-95; Edward, 55 ; 

Rev. Forbes, 55 ; Rev. Henry John Stephen, 55 ; 

Isabella Maud, 55. 
Winterbotham, Lindsay, 33 ; James Batten, 34, 35 ; 

John Brend, 34. 
Wirgman, Rev. Augustus, 166; Edward Francis, 166; 

Emma Georgiana, 166; Jane Elizabeih, 166; 

Sophia, 166 ; Thomas, 166. 
Wiseman, James, 60 ; Jane, 60 ; Ruth, 60. 
Wodehouse, John, Baron, 131; Hon''''^ Laura Sophia, 

I3>- 

Wolff, Amelia Susan Maria, 181; Jens, 181. 

Wood, .^nna Paulina Mary, 28 ; Rev. Edmund, 184 ; 
Charlotte Ernestina, 160; Eliza, 22; Field-Marshal 
Sir Henr)- Evelyn, 28 ; Joseph, 22 ; Mary Paulina 
Anne, 28; Rev. Robert, 156, 160-162. 

Woodbridge, Edward Collins, 147; Florence Caroline, 
147. 

Woodbury, Anne, 92 ; General Daniel Phelps, 92. 

Woodford, Rt. Rev. James Russell, Bishop of Ely, 
116, 117. 

Woodgate, Anne, 145 ; William, 145. 

Woodman, Rev. Philip Frederick Thomas, 95. 

Woodruff, Rev. Thomas, 116. 

Woodihorpe, .'\delaide Gray, 59 ; Agnes Jane, 60 ; 
Alexander Gray, 61 ; Alfred, 63 ; Alice (Adelaide 
Sophia), 57; .\lice Penhorwood, 58; Anne Nelson, 
60 ; Dorothy, 57 ; Dorothy Louisa, 61 ; Edith 
Maude, 62; Edward, 57, 60; Edward Hugh 
Stanley, 63 ; Edward Lee Dubois, 57, 63 ; Eliza 
Sophia, 59 ; Emily, 59, 62 ; Eva Florence, 63 ; 
Eveline, 58 ; Ethel .Mabel Bolton, 64 : Fanny Gray, 
59 ; Francis Bolton, 61 ; Frank, 61 ; Harold, 60 ; 
Harold Wiseman, 64; Harriet, 62; Harry Kell, 
60; Henry, 51, 5S ; Horatio Ebenezer, 61 ; Hugh 
Ralph, 64 ; Ida Kathleen Ann, 63 ; Ida Mary, 64 ; 
Irene Judith Corby, 64; Isabella, 61, 63; Isobcl 
Kitchener, 63 ; Jane, 58, 60 ; John Bolton, 59 ; 
Captain John Bolton, R.N., 59; Kale May, 59; 
Katharine Penhorwood, 60; Katherine Mary Gray, 

57 ; Kathleen Ruth, 62 ; Lewis James, 61 ; Lewis 
Stephen, 60; Lucretia Helena Elsted, 61 ; Lucy, 
51, 62; Lucy Mary, 59; Marjory .Mice, 61; 
Mary, 57-59 ; Mary .A^nne, 57, 60 ; Mary Lines, 

58 ; May Cobbold, 64 ; May Lillian, 64 ; Muriel, 
58 ; Oswald Jones, 64 ; ^Iajor-General Robert 
Gossett, 59; Ruth .Mary, 58; Sar.ah, 58, 60; Sarah 
Helen, 61 ; Sarah Jones, 57 ; Sophia Louisa, 61 ; 
Stephen James, 61 ; Stephen Jones, 60; Thomas, 
57)59; Una Vernon Laver, 64; Walter, 58; Waller 
Stephen, 61 ; William, 57, 60 ; William Cobbold, 
57-59; see also Graham. 

Woodward, Rev. Richard, 131 ; Susan, 131. 

Worsley, Rev. Ralph, 124. 

Wren, Farren, 81 ; Mary Elizabeih, Si. 

Wright, AUce Margaret, 13S ; .Anne, 89 ; Rev. 
Arthur Samuel, 139 ; Rev. Charles, 125; Con- 
stance Mary, 138, 139; Edward, 138 ; Edward 
Ratclitfe Vogler, 13S; Florence Dawson, 139; 
Francis, 112; Geoffrey Turner, 138; Grace .Mabel, 
139 ; John, 89, 137; Josephine .A.gneta Mary, 139 ; 
Margaret, 137 ; Margaret Clarentia Josephine, 
139; Mary, 112 ; Philip Chetwood, 139; Samuel 
VVright, 137, 138; see also "Xwr-asx. 

Wynkoop, Annie, 92 ; HilUs Gerardus, 92 ; Kate 
Childs, 92. 

Wynn, Charles Watkin Williams, 192. 

Wynter, Rev. James Cecil, 14. 



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ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



AIRY. Vol. 7, page ii8. — Eustace William 
Airy married at St. Anne's, Soho, 
Westmin.ster, 9 September 1908, Elsie, 
daughter of Charles Grant. 

Sybil Airy received the Order of the 
Royal Red Cross for services in Cyprus 
and Egypt in 1883. 

James Osmund Airy was promoted 
Lieutenant Indian Army 21 April 1905. 

ALDRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 67.— Mary 
Alethea, widow of Colonel John 
Aldridge, died at the Grange-in-the- 
Forest, Horsham, co. Sussex, in her 
80th year, on Sunday, 26 January, and 
was buried at St. John's, Lower 
Beeding, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 
30 January 1908. Will dated i Au- 
gust i8g6, proved in the Principal 
Registry 24 February 1908, by Edward 
Broad wood. 

Page 69. — John Barttelot Aldridge 
was promoted Major Royal Artillery 
20 December 1905. 

ALLAN BY. Vol. 8, page 19.— Frederick 
Claude Hynman AUenby married at 
St. Michael's, Lyndhurst, co. Hants, on 
Wednesday, 28 August 1901, Edith 
Mabel, elder daughter of J. Munton 
Jaffray of The Stydd House, Lyndhurst, 
by Edith Mary Selina his wife, daughter 
of the Rev. Thomas Edmund Frankly n. 
They have issue a son, IXidley Jaffray 
Hynman Allenby, born at Malta 8 Jan- 
uary, baptised there in February 1903 ; 
and a daughter. Ivy Catherine, born 
at Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 5 March, 
baptised at the parish church, Felixstowe, 
in April 1904. 

ALLCROFT. Vol. 8, page 59 {atid 
Addenda, ]'ol. 11, paj^e i.) — John 
Derby and Marietta Allcroft have 
further issue a son, William Millar Ord 
Allcroft, born at Roke Manor, Romsey, 
CO. Hants, on Sunday, 14 May, baptised 
at Romsey Abbey 29 June 1905 ; 
and a daughter. Marietta Joan, born at 
Roke Manor, Romsey, on Wednesday, 
30 September, baptised at Romsey 
9 November 1908. 



ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 88.— Adrian 
George AUgood, who was promoted 
Commander Royal Navy 30 June 1903, 
retired at his own request i September 
1908, with the rank of Captain. 

Page 89. — William Henry Loraine 
Allgood was promoted Major King's 
Royal Rifle Corps 13 February 1908. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 4, page 51.— 
Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. Richard Holmden Amphlett, died 
at Stourbridge, co. Worcester, aged 78, 
on Thursday, 9 July, and was buried at 
Pedmore, co. Worcester, 13 July 1908. 
Will dated 9 February 1874, proved in 
the Principal Registry in August 1908, 
by His Honour Judge Amphlett, K.C., 
and Edward A. Davis. 

Richard Holmden Amphlett appointed 
Judge of County Courts January 1908. 

Page 52. — The Rev. Edward Paul 
Amphlett was a Scholar of Worcester 
College, Oxford (ist-class Mathematical 
Mods.) 1904, B.A. (3rd-class Mathe- 
matics) 1906, and was appointed Curate 
of Tewkesbury Abbey, co. Gloucester, 
27 May 1907. 
ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 18.— 
Richard Alleyne Arkwright was pro- 
moted Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 
2 September 1906. 

Frederic George Alleyne Arkwright 
was promoted Lieutenant nth Hussars 
27 November 1906. 

ARMITAGE. Vol. 8, page 72.— The 
Rev. George Dowker Armitage resigned 
the Rectory of Broughton Astley, co. 
Leicester, 1903, and is now of Broughton 
House, West Ayton, co. York. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 235.— 
Dorothy Harriette, eldest daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Henry Armytage 
of The White House, York, was married 
at St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York, on 
Thursday, 13 February 1908, to Henry 
Halford Dawes, younger son of Sir 
Edwyn Dawes of Mount Ephraim, 
Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, K.C.M.G., 
by Lucy Emily his wife, eldest daughter 
of William Bagnall of Hamstead Hall, 
CO. Stafford. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



ARMYTAGE, continued. 

I'agt; 236. — Godfrey Armytage died 
s.p. at his residence, Carr Lodge, 
Horbury, co. York, aged 83, on 
Wednesday, 16 September, and was 
buried at Ackworth, co. York, ig 
September 1908. Will dated 6 June 
1900, proved at Wakefield 21 October 
1908, by Charlotte Armytage, the sole 
Executrix. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 67.— Rupert 
Egerton Lubbock was promoted Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy 31 August 1907. 

Page 69. — Arthur Nevile and Alice 
Ellen Lubbock have further issue a son, 
Ivo Arthur Lubbock, born at Foxbury, 
Chislehurst, co. Kent, on Friday, 12 
June, baptised at St. Nicholas', Chisle- 
hurst, 12 July 1908. 

Page 72. — Violet Catherine, only 
daughter of Frederic Lubbock, was 
married at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
7 June 1905, to Charles Evelyn Pym 
(son of Horatio Noble Pym of Foxwold 
Chase, co. Kent) ; born at 100 Harley 
Street, London, on Saturday, 1 1 January 
1879; Lieutenant 5th Battalion The 
Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's 
Own), 14 August 1900, 2nd Lieutenant 
5th Lancers 4 May 1901, Lieutenant 
5 October 1901, Adjutant Imperial 
Yeomanry from 3 May 1907; served 
in South African War igoi-1902, at 
operations in Cape Colony October 
1901 to 31 May 1902 (Queen's medal 
with three clasps). 

BABINGTON. Vol. 8, page 91.— The 
Rev. John Albert Babington was in- 
stituted to the Vicarage of Tenterdcn, 
CO. Kent, 24 April 1907. 

Page 93. — Thomas Henry Babington 
died at Glenmoriston, Eastham, co. 
Chester, on Saturday, 26 January, and 
was buried at Eastham on Tuesday, 
29 January 1907. Will dated 9 Sep- 
tember 1890, proved at Chester 8 March 
1907, by Clara Babington, spinster, 
daughter, and the Rev. Henry Gilliat 
Babington, son, the surviving Executors. 

BACCHUS. Vol. I, page 244.— Julian 
Bacchus, Lieutenant 2nd Leicestershire 
Regiment, married in the private chapel 
of The Nunnery, Isle of Man, on 
Tuesday, 4 August 1908, Evelyn, 
youngest daughter of Sir John Senhouse 
Goldie-Taubman of The Nunnery, Isle 
of Man, Speaker of the House of Keys. 
Roy Bacchus was promoted Lieu- 
tenant Royal Navy 30 June 1905. 



BACK. Vol. 6, page 119. — Arthur Charles 
Lempriere Back married at St. John's, 
Tun bridge Wells, co. Kent, on Tuesday, 
10 September 1901, Mary Amelia, 
daughter of Frederick Fairlie Elderton 
of Tunbridgc \Vells, by Caroline Ann 
Thackeray his wife, daughter of Robert 
Joseph Thornton Perkin of London. 

Page 123. — Terence Hugh Back 
entered the Royal Naval College, 
Osborne, Isle of Wight, 30 January 1908. 

BAGOT. Vol. 13, page 4. — William 
Algernon Cajetan Law was created C.B. 
22 July :9o8. 

Harry Richard Reginald Bagot died 
at Chambers Court, I'ewkesbury, co. 
Gloucester, aged 48, on PViday, i 7 July, 
and was buried at Blithfield, co. Stafford, 
on Tuesday, 21 July 1908. Adminis- 
tration was granted at the Principal 
Registry 21 August 1908, by Frances 
Anna Mary Bagot, relict. 

Page 5. --Charles ElphinstoneFleeming 
Cunninghame Graham, M.V.O., was 
appointed Gentleman Usher to the 
King in June 190S. 

BARING-GOULD. Vol. 4, page 24.— 
Mary Ann, widow of the Rev. Charles 
Baring-Gould, died at Box Grove House, 
Merrow, co. Surrey, in her 94th year, 
on Tuesday, 28 June 1904. 

BARKER. Vol. 4, page 4.— Elizabeth 
Sarah, 2nd daughter of Joseph 
Chamberlain Barker, died suddenly 
at Burlington Gardens, London, on 
Thursday, 26 October, and was buried 
in Kensal Green, Cemetery, London, 
30 October 1905. Will dated i July 
1905, with codicil dated 11 July 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 595, 1906) 4 May 
1906) by Joseph Hurton yVveling 
Barker, the sole E.xecutor. 

BARKER. Vol. 5, page 26.— Ronald 
William Barker was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant in the Army (unattached) 
29 August 1906. 

Hugh Bertrand Barker, who was 
ai)pointed 2nd Lieutenant 1 14 Mahrattas 
Regiment 19 January 1907, died at 
Poona, India, aged 21, on Monday, 17 
August 1908, and was buried at Poona. 

BARLOW. Vol. 14, page 196. — Sir 
Hilaro William Wellesley Barlow, 
Baronet, and Victoria Katherine his wife, 
have further issue a son, Christopher 
Mark Barlow, born at 84 Shooter's Hill 
Road, Blackheath, co. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 14 January, baptised at St. James', 
Kidbrook, co. Kent, 14 March 190S. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



BARNE. Vol. 7, page 159.— Michael 
Barne, who was promoted Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 30 June 1900, retired from 
the service October 1908. 

Seymour Barne joined the 20th Hus- 
sars as 2nd Lieutenant 3 October 1906. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 3.— The Rev. 
Foster Stable Barry died on Monday, 
25 May, as the result of an accident, 
having been thrown out of his trap at 
Badingham, co. Suffolk, and was buried 
at Ciosbeck, co. Suffolk, 28 May 1908. 
Will dated i August 1902, proved in 
the Principal Registry 18 June 1908, 
by Edward Stephenson Barry, son, and 
Margaret Barry, daughter, the Executors. 

Page 7. — Alfred Percival and Helen 
Charlotte Barry have issue a son, 
Richard Hugh Barry, born at 56 
Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Monday, 9 November 1908. 

Page 12. — Dorothy, elder daughter of 
Horace Barry, was married at Oxted, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 3 April 1907, 
to George Davison Laing of Husbands 
Bosworth, CO. Leicester (son of James 
Laing of Burton, co. Northumberland, 
by Agnes his wife, daughter of John 
Dove of Kelso, co. Roxburgh) ; born 

5 July 1877 ; of Edinburgh University, 
M.B., Ch.B. Edin. 1899, M.B. Edin. 
1906 ; formerly Civil Surgeon South 
African Field Force and Surgeon- 
Captain South African Constabulary. 

Page 13. — The Rev. Douglas Barry 
resigned the Rectory of Ightham, co. 
Kent, I April 1907, and is now of The 
(Jrange, Ightham. 

Kathleen Douglas, only daughter of 
the Rev. Douglas Barry, was married at 
Ightham, co. Kent, 30 A])ril 1908, to 
Raymond Coape Barry Smith (son of 
General Octavius Ludlow Smith, of the 
Bengal Staff Corps); born at Heathfield 
House, Wandsworth Common, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 31 May 1874; 
Captain 17th Indian Cavalry. 

Harold Douglas Barry, who was 
baptised 31 \tiot 4] May 1882, married 
at St. Matthew's, Northampton, 19 June 
1906, Frances Sarah, daughter of 
Thomas Lansberry Wright of Parkside, 
Kingsley, Northampton ; born 9 June 
1882. 

Percival Alexander Douglas Barry 
married at Mostyn, co. Flint, 10 June 
1908, Mabel Winifred, daughter of 
Howard Elkington of Leeswood, near 
Mold, CO. P'lint ; born at Plas Newydd, 
Bury Port, South Wales, on Saturday, 

6 August 1 88 1. 



BARTLETT. Vol. 6, page 28.— The 
Rev. Robert Leach Bartlett resigned 
the Rectory of Thurloxton-cuni-Durston, 
CO. Somerset, 11 April 1904, and is 
now of Leftwich House, Swanage, co. 
Dorset. 

Page 29 (and Addendas, Vol. 7, 
page i., and Vol. 14, page iii.) — The 
Rev. Richard Grosvenor and Evelyn 
Grace Bartelot have issue a daughter, 
Romana Grosvenor, born at St. George's 
Vicarage, Fordington, co. Dorset, on 
Sunday, 1 1 October, baptised at 
St. George's, Fordington, 20 November 
1908. 

BARTON. Vol. I, page 91. — Hilda, 
younger daughter of Charles Tom 
Barton, was married at St. John's, 
Kidderminster, co. Worcester, on Wed- 
nesday, 17 January 1906, to Whitwell 
Tryon Nash, 2nd son of Joseph Nash 
of the White House, Somerleyton, co. 
Suffolk. 

BATE. Vol. 4, page 173. — Gwendoline 
Mary Owen, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Bate, was married at St. Mark's, 
Connah's Quay, co. Flint, on Tuesday, 
9 January 1906, to John U'illiam 
Charlton, eldest son of John Charlton 
of Huntingdon, Dumfries, by Margaret 
Roddick his wife ; born 3 January 

1873- 

Dorothy, 2nd daughter of Thomas 
Bate, was married at St. Mary's, Yazor, 
CO. Hereford, 24 April 1907, to Vivian 
Burchall Latham Helme, son of Harold 
Helme of Broadfield Court, co. Here- 
ford, by Mary Lutwyche his wife. 

BATTYE. Vol. 5, page 7. — Lieut.-Colonel 
Montague McPherson Battye married 
at the Register Office, in the district of 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
15 August 1890, Charlotte, daughter of 
Christopher Carter. They have issue a 
son, Cyril Wynyard Battye, born 31 
August, baptised at St. Ann's, Wands- 
worth, CO. Surrey, 14 October 1894; 
and a daughter, Marian, born at Lower 
Ward, \^'indso^ Castle, on Wednesday, 
25 September 1901, baptised at St. 
George's Chapel, Windsor. Colonel 
Montague McPherson Battye is a 
Military Kniglit of Windsor, on Royal 
Foundation. 

Page 8. — Major-General Arthur 
Frederick Battye died suddenly at his 
residence, 38 Kildare Terrace, Bays- 
water, London, in his 82nd year, on 
Sunday, 19 January 1908. Will dated 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



BATTYE, continued 

29 May 1905, with two codicils dated 
18 March 1S95, and 24 October 1903, 
proved (Prin. -Reg., 37, 190S) 10 March 
1 90S, by Henry Robert Dacres Thomas, 
one of the Executors. 

Page 8 {and Addenda, Vol. j, page i.) 
(^iptain Arthur Henry and Florence 
Adelaide Battye have further issue a 
son, Arthur Charles Battye, born 17 
December 1900; and a daughter, Violet 
Dorothy Forbes, born at Dharmsala, 
Punjab, India, on Sunday, 19 March 

1905. Florence Ellen Rose, their elder 
daughter, aged 7, and Arthur Charles 
Battye, their son, aged 4, were killed 
in the earthquake at Dharmsala on 
Tuesday, 4 April 1905. 

Page 9. — Hedley Morton Battye was 
promoted Lieutenant Indian Army 20 
January 1906, and appointed Assistant 
Commandant Mounted Infantry School, 
India, 6 July 1907. 

BEAZLEY. Vol. 10, page 146.— Arthur 
Tetley Beazley, Bachelor of Engiiieering, 
Liverpool University, 1904, and an 
Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. 1907. 

John Godfrey Beazley, who was of 
Trinity College, Oxford, 1903- 190 7, 
was appointed Lieutenant Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry (Volunteers) 1907, 
obtained a Captain's Certificate in the 
Army, and passed into the Indian Civil 
Service, 1908. 

Walter Edwin Beazley, educated at 
Sandhurst, entered the Army as 2nd 
Lieutenant (unattached) 5 August 1905, 
and the Indian Army 6 December 

1906, and was promoted Lieutenant 
54th Sikhs (Frontier Force) 5 November 
1907. 

Page 147. — Hugh Loveday Beazley 
was called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple Trinity Term, 1905, and is a 
-Member of the Northern Circuit. 

Robert Gordon Beazley, who was 
educated at Haileybury, was appointed 
2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion The 
Cheshire Regiment 190S. 

Page 148. — Frank Charles Beazley 
was elected a Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries 9 January 1908. 

James Geoffrey Brydon Beazley, who 
was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1906, is now a 2nd Lieutenant in 
the 6th Battalion Liverpool Regiment. 

John Roland and Harold Gilroy 
Beazley were educated at Marlborough 
College. 



BEEBEE. Vol. 9, page 50. — Meyrick 
John Legge Beebee of Lincoln's Inn, 
London, Barrister-at-Law, married at 
St. Mark's, North Audley Street, Lon- 
don, 25 April 1905, Hilda Georgiana, 
youngest daughter of Oswald Peter 
Leigh of Belmont Hall, co. Chester, 
and of Grappenhall Lodge, co. Lan- 
caster, by Frances his wife, only 
daughter of the Rev. George Ayton 
Whitaker of Knoddishall, co. Suffolk, 
J. P. They have issue a daughter, Mary, 
born 19 March, baptised at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 28 April 1906. 

BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 140.— Eliza, 
widow of Frederick Bentley, died at 
46 Haverstock Hill, London, on Satur- 
day, 14 January, and was buried in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 19 January 1905. Adminis- 
tration was granted at the Principal 
Registry 28 February 1905. to the Rev. 
Frederick William Bentley. 

The Rev. Frederick William Bentley 
was instituted to the Vicarage of Worle, 
CO. Somerset, 10 October 1907. 

BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 114. 
The Earl of Bessborough was appointed 
a Knight of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England 10 August 1908. 

Page 116.— the Hon"" Cyril Myies 
Brabazon Ponsonby, M.V.O., was pro- 
moted Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 
12 April 1904 and Captain 3 June 
1908; served as A.D.C. to Inspector- 
General of the Forces i July 1906 to 
20 December 1907, and to Field-Marshal 
Commanding-in- Chief, Mediterranean, 
since 31 December 1907. 

Page 120.— Hugh Spencer and .Anitha 
Magdalene Ponsonby have further issue 
a daughter, Odeyne Anitha Rose, born 
at Berlin on Tuesday, 31 December 
1907, baptised there 24 January 1908. 

BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 67.— Rivett 
Francis Guise, Deputy Inspector-General 
Bengal Police, died at Colombo, Ceylon, 
7 January 1908. 

Antoinette Alexina Rosamund, 
youngest daughter of John William 
Boissier, was married at All Saints', 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, on Satur- 
day, 29 April 1905, to Archibald 
Cannock Cooke, youngest son of Charles 
Cooke of Taynton, co. Gloucester, by 
Elizabeth Tucker his wife. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



BOND. Vol. 3, page 72. — The Rev. Cyril 
Bond was licenced to the Curacy of 
Boston, CO. Lincoln, 1907. 

BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2.— Arthur 
Hautayne Bowring was promoted Major 
Royal Artillery 21 November 1905. 

BRACE. Vol. 6, page 88. — Henry 
Fergusson Brace joined the isth 
Hussars as 2nd Lieutenant 8 February 
1908. 

BRADNEY. Vol. i, page i.— Maud 
Beatrix, eldest daughter of John 
Bradney, was married at St. James', 
Spanish Place, London, on Thursday, 
2 July 1908, to Charles Alfred Armit- 
stead (son of the Rev. Thomas Bell 
Armitstead, Vicar of Winmarleigh, co. 
Lancaster) ; of the East African 
Protectorate. 

Page 2. — Philip Edwin Bradney, 
formerly Lieutenant Somersetshire Light 
Infantry, was gazetted to the Reserve of 
Officers 28 March 1908. 

BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 60.— Lord 
Brassey was appointed Lord Warden of 
the Cinque Ports, in succession to 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 6 February 
1908. 

Page 66. — Henry Leonard Campbell 
and Lady Violet Mary Brassey have 
further issue a son, Peter Esme Brassey, 
born at 40 Upper Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Thursday, 5 December 
1907, baptised at Apethorpe, co. 
Northampton, 16 February 1908. 

Page 68. — Harold Ernest and Lady 
Norah Brassey have issue a daughter, 
Oonagh Evelyn, bom at 12 Manchester 
Square, London, on Monday, 17 
February, baptised at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 24 March 1908. 

BREWSTER. Vol. 13, page 22.— 
Edward Hugh Brewster died 27 
November 1906. 

BREWSTER. Page 8, present volume.— 
Francis W'entworth Brewster died at 
Wreatham Place, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Tuesday, 22 September 1908. 
Will dated i August 1908, with codicil 
dated 27 August 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 5 November 1908, 
by Sophia Esther Brewster, Henry 
Arthur Hopwood and Edward Henry 
Bone, the Executors. 



BRIGHT. Vol. 2, page 16.— The Rev. 
Hugh Bright was instituted to the 
Vicarage of King Cross, co. York, 
1906. 

BRITTON. Vol. 2, page 78.— Ella 
Carlyon Poole, only daughter of Philip 
William Poole Carlyon-Britton, was 
married at St. Barnabas', Kensington, 
London, on Thursday, 24 September 
1908, to Arthur John Doyle, eldest 
surviving son of John Hayes Doyle of 
Dunganstown, co. Wicklow, and of 
Darjeeling, India, by Frances Dorothea 
his wife, daughter of Mervyn Paget 
Crofton ; born 29 May 1871. 

BROADLEY. Vol. 8, page 87.— Frances 
Jane, widow of the Rev. Ale.xander 
Broadley, died at The Knapp, Bradpole, 
Bridport, co. Dorset, in her 82nd year, 
on Monday, 18 May, and was buried at 
Bradpole on Wednesday, 20 May 1908. 
Will dated 17 Februar)' 1902, proved at 
Blandford 12 June 1908, by Alexander 
Meyrick Broadley, the sole Executor. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 144.— 
Commander Henry Cyril Royds and 
Honoria Caroline Brocklebank have 
further issue a son, Thomas Antony 
Brocklebank, born at Guestling, Alver- 
stoke, CO. Hants, on Saturday, 6 June, 
baptised at St. Mary's, Alverstoke, 18 
July 1908. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 73. — Jemima 
Charlotte, widow of John William 
Brooke, died at The Warren, Shanklin, 
Isle of Wight, aged 85, on Thursday, 
16 July, and was buried at Shanklin 
20 July 1908. Will dated 27 June 
1891, proved in the Principal Registry 
ro August 1908, by Frederick William 
Brooke and John Kendall Brooke, 
sons, the Executors. 

Page 75 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page in.) — Sir Thomas Brooke, Baronet, 
died at his residence, Armitage Bridge, 
Huddersfield, co. York, in his 79th year, 
on Thursday, 16 July, and was buried 
at Armitage Bridge on Monday, 20 
July 1908. 

Page 76. — The Rev. William Ingham 
and Beatrice Harriet Brooke have 
further issue a daughter, Beatrice 
Olwen, born at Holy Trinity Vicarage, 
Halifax, co. York, on Wednesday, 
8 July, baptised at Holy Trinity, Halifax, 
13 September 1903. 



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BROOKE, conlinued. 

Page 78. — Edgar William Brooke 
married at St. Saviour's, Torquay, co. 
Devon, on Monday, 8 April 1901, 
Harriett Ellen (Hetty), only daughter 
of J. Coombes of Torquay. 

Christopher Robert Ingham Brooke 
married at Mellifont, co. Meath, 5 
October 1899, Irene Spencer, eldest 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel Arthur 
Blayney Coddington of Oldbridge, co. 
Meath, R.E., by Ellen Bertha his wife, 
2nd daughter of Oswald Bloxsome of 
The Grove, Ryde, Isle of Wight. They 
have issue a son, Robert Astur Ingham 
Brooke, born at 52 FitzwilHani Square, 
Dublin, on Thursday, 19 July 1900; 
and a daughter, Desiree, born at Malta 
on Friday, 18 December 1903. He was 
promoted Brevet Major 29 November 
1900, and Major The King's Own 
Yorkshire Eight Infantry 14 June 
1908; appointed to Command of 2nd 
Mounted Infantry 8 January 1907. 

BRUNKER. Vol. 10, page 1 15.— Colonel 
(temporary Brigadier-General) James Mil- 
ford Sutherland Brunker was appointed 
Inspector of Artillery, Southern Army, 
India, 5 July 1907. 

Page 116. — Major Capel Molyneux 
Brunker was promoted Lieut. -Colonel 
Lancashire Fusiliers 24 June 1906. 

BULL. Vol 12, page 130. — Sir William 
James and Lilian Hester Bull have 
further issue a son, Anthony Bull, 
born at The Meadows, U.xbridge Road, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 18 July 
1908, baptised at St. Faith's Chapel, 
in the Crypt of St. Stephen's, West- 
minster, on the Feast of St. Michael 
and All Angels, 1908. Sponsors: 
The Rt. Hon''''= Walter Hume Long, 
M.P., Edmund Bull, uncle, and 
Charlotte Annie Howard Budden, aunt. 

BURKE. Vol. 3, page 45. — John Addison 
Burke joined the Royal Scots (from 
Militia) as 2nd Lieutenant 6 July 
1907. 

Charles Carrington Burke died at 
Mitchen Hall, Godalming, co. Surrey, 
aged 50, on Sunday, 22 May, and was 
buried at Shackleford, co. Surrey, on 
Wednesday, 25 May 1904. Will dated 
17 May 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 862, 
1904) 13 July 1904, by George Vincent 
Holmes, the sole Executor. 



BURY. Vol. 9, page 1 18.— Christabel, 
elder daughter of Reginald Bury, was 
married at All Saints', Darfiek!, co. 
York, on Wednesday, 22 April 1908, to 
Francis Walter, youngest son of Jacob 
Walter of London, and of Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil, by Janet his wife, 
daughter of Charles Witcomb of 
Winchester, co. Hants, and of Eden- 
bridge, CO. Kent. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 74. — Robert Newland 
Bush died at the Manor House, Wal- 
lington, CO. Surrey, aged 51, on Tuesday, 
24 March 1908. 

Page 76 l^and Addenda, Vol. S, 
page iv.) — James Graham and Esther 
Hastings Bush have issue a daughter, 
Aphra Mary, born 20 September, 
baptised at Halwell, co. Devon, 30 
October 1903; a son, John Ashton 
Warner Bush, born at Upcott P'arm, 
Bea worthy, co. Devon, on Saturday, 
2 March, baptised at Halwell 16 
April 1907 ; and a daughter, Bridget 
Avarilla, born at Netherbury, co. Dorset, 
on Saturday, 17 Gctolier, baptised there 
9 December 1908. 

Captain Paul Warner Bush, M.V.O., 
was promoted Rear- Admiral 10 April 
1907. 

Page 77. — John Bush died at Beau- 
thorn, Ullswater, co. Cumberland, aged 
80, 25 October, and was buried at 
Watermillock, co. Cumberland, 28 
October 1908. 

Mary Isabella, younger daughter of 
John Bush, was married at All Saints', 
NVatermillock, on Wednesday, 21 June 
1905, to Gerald Spring Rice, 3rd son 
of the Hon''''= Charles Spring Rice. 

John Bush, son of John Bush, was 
promoted Captain Royal Marine Light 
Infantry October 1908. 

CARR. Vol. 7, page 125 {a//d Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page xiii.) — The Rev. Frank 
Collett and Sybil Florence Carr have 
further issue a daughter, Mary Elizabeth 
Margaret, born at Hillside, Barming, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 18 March, 
baptised at Barming on Easter Eve, 
1908. The Rev. Frank Collett Carr 
was appointed Curate of Barming 
February 1908. 

CARR-ELLISON. Vol. 6, page 160.— 
Lieut.-Colonel Ralph Henry Carr- 
Ellison was appointed D.A.A.G., 
Guernsey, 3 November 1906. 



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CAVE-BROWNE. Vol. 9, page 22.— 
The Rev. Canon George Thomas 
Pahner died at St. Mary Newington 
Rectory, co. Surrey, aged 74, on Mon- 
day, 7 December, and was buried at 
Linvvood, co. Lincohi, on Friday, 1 1 
December 1908. Memorial Service at 
St. Mary Newington the previous day. 

Page 23. — The Rev. William Henry 
Cave-Browne died at 42 West Hill 
Road, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, in his 
8 1 St year, on Saturday, 2 May, and was 
buried in Wandsworth Cemetery on 
Thursday, 7 May 1908, after a service 
at the parish church, Wandsworth. 
Will dated 19 January 1903, proved in 
the Principal Registry 3 June 1908, 
by Henry Cave-Browne and Walter 
Scadding, the surviving Executors. 

Page 24. — William Cave-Browne was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Engineers 
23 March 1908. 

Horace Cave-Browne was promoted 
Lieutenant Indian Army 5 November 
1907. 

CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE. Vol. n, 

page 156. — Stretton Cave-Browne-Cave 
married at the parish church, Winder- 
mere, CO. Westmoreland, 2 October 
1907, Ethel Milbro, elder daughter of 
William H. B. Higgin-Birket of Birket 
Houses, CO. Lancaster. 

The Rev. William Cecil Cave-Browne- 
Cave was Minister of Sunbury, Victoria, 
Australia, 1906-1907, and appointed 
Curate of St. James', Melbourne, 
Australia, 1907. 

Page 157. — Thomas Reginald Cave- 
Browne-Cave was promoted Engineer 
Lieutenant Royal Navy i November 
1906. 

Henry Meyrick Cave -Browne -Cave 
was promoted Engineer Sub-Lieutenant 
Royal Navy i August 1907. 

Page 160. — Maria Louisa, widow of 
the Rev. Henry Cave-Browne-Cave, 
died at Frome, co. Somerset, 3 March, 
and was buried at Edington, co. Wilts, 
7 March 1908. Will dated 20 June 
1906, with codicil dated 6 May 1907, 
proved in the Principal Registry 23 
March 1908, by Kenneth Macomb 
Chance and Reginald Tuffley Harding, 
two of the Executors {see Fed:g}-ee of 
Chance, 'Vol. j, page 7/). 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i, page 131.— Henry 
Frederick Compton Cavendish, Captain 
R.N. (retired), was promoted Com- 
mander (Emergency Ofiicer) 1 1 July 1905. 



CAVENDISH, continued. 

Page 133. — Godfrey Lionel John 
Cavendish was appointed 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Manchester Regiment 22 April 
1903, and promoted Lieutenant Indian 
Army 5 August 1905. 

Page T34. — Major Alfred Edward John 
Cavendish was promoted Lieut.-Colonel 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 27 
June 1907 ; served as D.A.A.G., 
Aldershot, 19 January 1900 to 9 March 
1900, and in South African War 10 
March 1900 to 8 August 1902 (Queen's 
medal with three clasps. King's medal 
with two clasps); nominated C.M.G. 
29 November 1900. 

Ralph Henry Voltelen Cavendish was 
appointed 2nd Lieutenant Grenadier 
Guards 29 August 1906, and promoted 
Lieutenant 27 July 19c 7. 

Page 136. — Edith Emily Ida, 2nd 
daughter of William Henry Alexander 
George Delmar Cavendish, was married 
at Calgary, Canada, on Wednesday, 12 
September 1906, to Richard Lucas 
Chaldecott, 4th son of T. A. Chaldecott 
of Chertsey, co. Surrey, and of Hong 
Kong, China, M.D. 

CHADWICK. Vol. 5, page 135 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ij, page vii.) — Alfred 
William and Mabel Nellie Chadwick 
have further issue a son, Alfred Richard 
Chadwick, born at Dordrecht, Cape 
Colony, on Saturday, 6 June, baptised 
there 22 June 1908. 

CHAMPNEYS. Vol. 10, page 52.— 
Jessy Martha, only daughter of the 
Rev. Charles Franceis Champneys, 
died suddenly on Tuesday, 6 October, 
and was buried at Rotherfield, co. 
Sussex, on Friday, 9 October 1908. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 67. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Harry Chance received brevet 
of Colonel 20 October 1906 ; served as 
D.A.A.G. IVth Army Corps, E Com- 
mand, 20 May 1903 to 12 February 
1905. 

Page 68. — Edward Seton Chance was 
promoted Lieutenant Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers 20 April 1906. 

Page 71.— Maria Louisa, 4th daughter 
of George Chance, and widow of the 
Rev. Henry Cave-Browne-Cave, died at 
Frome, co. Somerset, 3 March, and was 
buried at Edington, co. Wilts, 7 March 
1 90S Will dated 20 June 1906, with 



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CHANCE, continued. 

codicil dated 6 May 1907, proved in 
the Principal Registry 23 March 1908, 
by Kenneth Macomb Chance and 
Reginald Tuffley Harding, two of the 
Executors {see Pedigree of Cave-Broivne- 
Cave, Vol. 11, page j6o). 

Page 7 1 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page iv.) — George Harold de Peyster 
and Maude Chance have further issue 
a son, Rupert de Peyster Chance, 
born 16 December 1907, baptised 
at Christ Church, Summerfield, co. 
Warwick, 7 March 1908. 

Page 71. — Oswald Kesteven Chance, 
Captain 5th Lancers, Adjutant Suffolk 
Imperial Yeomanry i September 1906 
to 2 May 1907, appointed Adjutant 
5th Lancers 22 May 1907. 

CHISENHALE- MARSH, Vol. 4, 
page 7. — Atherton Harold Chisenhale- 
Marsh was promoted Lieutenant 9th 
Lancers 20 December 1905. 

CLAY. Vol. I, page 69. — Arthur Travis 
Clay married 2ndly at Wakefield 
Cathedral, co. York, on Thursday, 
9 October 1902, Annie Isabella, 
daughter of John Turnbull of Haydon 
Bridge, co. Northumberland, and widow 
of John Grant Birch of London. 

Janet Elizabeth, elder daughter of 
Arthur Travis Clay, was married at St. 
Oswald's, Filey, co. York, on Thursday, 
22 December 1904, to John Kenneth 
Beaufoy Birch (eldest son of John Grant 
Birch of London) ; born 29 August 
1880; joined the Royal Navy as a 
Cadet 15 January 1895, appointed 
Midshipman 15 May 1897, Sub- 
Lieutenant 15 November 1900, and 
Lieutenant 31 December 1902. 

Percival Travis Clay married at Kirk 
Braddan, Isle of Man, on Tuesday, 22 
August 1905, Elsie, eldest daughter 
of William Arthur Hutchinson of The 
Groves, Union Mills, Isle of Man. 

Page 70 {aftd Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xvii.) — William Henry Christy 
and Constance Mary Clay have issue 
a son, William Lawrence Christy Clay, 
born at Dufifield, co. Derby, on Monday, 
29 July, baptised at the Temple 
Church, London, 14 October 1907. 
William Henry Christy Clay is now 
Captain 5th Battalion The Sherwood 
Foresters (Nottingham.shire and Derby- 
shire Regiment). 



CLOUGH -TAYLOR. Vol. 6, page 
45. — Major Horatio George Clough- 
Taylor was promoted Lieut. -Colonel 

Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry 14 
February 1903. 

COCKERELL. Vol. 10, page 35.— 
Horace Abel Cockerell, C.S.I., died 
at 27 Beaufort Gardens, Kensington, 
London, aged 75, on Thursday, 23 
April, and was buried in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, on Monday, 27 
April 1908. Memorial Service at St. 
Saviour's, Walton Street, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, the same day. Will dated 
II November 1902, with codicil dated 
31 December 1903, proved in the 
Principal Registry 4 July 1908, by 
Charles Wemyss Muir and Craufurd 
Alexander Clark, sons-in-law, two of the 
Executors. 

Page 39. — Helen Violet, widow of 
Robert Rennie Pepys Cockerell, was 
married at Nairobi, British East Africa, 
on Saturday, 10 October 1908, to William 
Owen Prichard, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Page 41. — Frederica Lucy, only child 
of Samuel Pepys Cockerell, was married 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 February 1908, 
to Richard Melville Fane Huddart. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 1 14. — Sir Robert 
Hawthorn Collins, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 
died at Claremont, Esher, co. Surrey, 
aged 67, on Monday, 2 November, and 
was buried in the churchyard at Esher 
on Thursday, 5 November 1908. 

Page 115. — Charles James Collins, 
Commander R.N., died at Ingles, 
Folkestone, co. Kent, in his 39th year, 
on Wednesday, 12 August 1908, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Folke- 
stone on Saturday, 15 August 1908, 
after a service at Holy Trinity, 
Folkestone. Administration was granted 
at the Principal Registry 8 October 
1908, to Mary Collins of Wilton 
Rectory, co. Wilts, the relict. 

COLLYER. Vol. 9, page 19.— Georgina 
Maria, only daughter of John Collyer, 
died at Hackford Hall, co. Norfolk, 
aged 62, on Wednesday, 22 May, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Hackford 
I June 1907. Will dated 2 October 
1901, with codicil dated 25 June 1906, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1717, 1907) 6 
December 1907, by D'Arcy Bedingfeld 
Collyer, one of the Executors. 



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COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 144.— Hannah, 
widow of John Colman, (lied at Longnor 
House, 20 Greville Road, Kilburn, co. 
Middlesex, in her 91st year, on 
Wednesday, i July, and was buried in 
Hampstead Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 4 July 1908, after a service 
at St. Augustine's, Kilburn. Will dated 
15 March 1902, with two codicils dated 
31 March 1903 and 18 March 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 29 July 
1908, by Ellen Colman and Hannah 
Colman, daughters, and Ernest Edward 
Colman, son, the Executors. 

Page 147. — Herbert Edward and 
Edith Maud Colman have issue a son, 
Stanley Fordham Colman, born at 19 
Weech Road, Finchley Road, London, 
on Tuesday, 12 November 1901 ; also 
two daughters. Vera Edith, born 21 
September 1903, and Christine Noelle, 
born 25 December 1905. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 149.— The Rev. 
Henry William Comber of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated October 
1898, B.A. 1902, M.A. 1906; Curate 
of Odd Rode, co. Chester, 1904-1906, 
and of St. Oswald's, Chester, since 
1906; served in South African War, 
1 900- 1 90 1, as a Volunteer in the 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry. He married 
at Golden Hill, co. Stafford, on Tuesday, 
15 October 1907, Margaret Edwards, 
4th daughter of the Rev. Granville 
Rowe Bailey, Vicar of Golden Hill, by 
Henrietta his wife, eldest daughter of 
John Hewett of Sheffield ; born at 
Madeley, co. Stafford, 26 December 
1877, baptised there 20 January 1878. 

CONYERS. Vol. 5, page 3.— The HonW<= 
Lora Mary, youngest daughter of 
Sackville Walter Lane-Fox, died at 
Mentone, South of France, on Wednes- 
day, 12 February 1908. Will dated 
12 May 1906, proved in the Principal 
Registry 13 April igo8, by James 
Jacob Darley, the sole Executor. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 18 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page ix.) — Richard Carlyon 
and Joan Sylvia Coode have issue a 
son, Richard Maitland Coode, born at 
I Eaton Mansions, Sloane Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 14 October, 
baptised at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 19 November 
1908. 



COODE. Vol. 12, page 147. — Charles 
Penrose Rushton and Noel Coode have 
further issue a son, Trevenen Penrose 
Coode, born at South Beach House, 
Southsea, co. Hants, on Monday, 28 
January, baptised at St. Matthew's, 
Southsea, 22 April 1907. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 130.— Mary 
Constance, 2nd daughter of Bryan 
Edward Cookson, was married at 
St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York, on Wed- 
nesday, 12 June 1907, to Thomas 
Francis Harvey, eldest son of Francis 
Edward Harvey {see Pedigree of Han'ey, 
Vol. 7, page 7). 

Page 135. — Hugh Alexander Cook- 
son, M.R.C.S., died at Halifax, co. 
York, 18 February 1908, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Hull. 

COURTENAY. Vol. 14, page 77.— 
Josceline Courtenay died at The Whim, 
Weybridge, co. Surrey, on Friday, 7 
February, and was buried in Brookwood 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
12 February 1908. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
9 March 1908, to Henry Reginald 
Courtenay of 5 Eaton Mansions, Eaton 
Square, London, retired Major-General 
Royal Artillery, brother, and one of 
the next of kin. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35.— Major Algernon 
Tudor Craig was appointed Secretary, 
Veterans' Relief Fund, 4 July 1908, by 
Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, K.G., V.C, 
having been elected a member of the 
Executive Committee of that Fund on 
its initiation in February 1908. 

CRAIG. Vol. 6, page 146. — The Rev. 
William Alban Cunningham Craig, 
Curate-in-Charge of Belmont, co. 
Surrey, married at Southwark Cathedral, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 14 July 1908, 
Frances Dorothea, daughter of the 
Rev. William Atkinson Bell, Rector of 
Charlynch, co. Somerset, by Charlotte 
Frances his wife, daughter of Edward 
Nevinson, Barrister-at-Law ; born 8 
October 1878. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 96.— 
The Rev. Basil Pulteney Gurdon was 
licenced to the Curacy of St. Barnabas', 
Pimlico, London, 29 May 1906. 

Page 97. — The Rev. Francis Gurdon 
was instituted to the Vicarage of Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, London, April 
1906 ; appointed Rural Dean of Padding- 
ton May 1907, and Prebendary of Mora 
in St. Paul's Cathedral October 1908. 



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CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page vii.) — 'I'he Rev. 
Lionel Payne and Georgina Crawfurd 
have further issue a son, Charles 
Hamilton Payne Crawfurd, born at the 
Vicarage, Ramsgate, co. Kent, on 
Sunday, 28 July 1907, baptised at the 
parish church, Ramsgate, 24 August 
1908. 

CREMER. Vol. 9, page So.— Francis 
Woodrow Cremer married at St. Mary's, 
Sparham, co. Norfolk, on Wednesday, 
24 August 1904, Fanny Georgina, 
younger daughter of the Rev. Robert 
Singleton Blofeld, Rector of Sparham. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 4, page 73.— Richard Noel 
Cripps of Carrara, Italy, married at St. 
Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, on 
Wednesday, 5 August 190S, Elsie 
Katherine, youngest daughter of Thomas 
Edward Sampson of Liverpool. 

CRIPPS-DAY. Vol. 8, page 50.— 
William Henry Day, M.D., died at 
Holly Hill, Meopham, co. Kent, aged 
76, on Tuesday, 22 October, and was 
buried in the churchyard at Luddes- 
down, CO. Kent, 28 October 1907. 
M.L Will dated 3 June 1898, with 
codicil dated 22 May 1907, proved in 
the Principal Registry 8 January 1908, 
by Emma Day, relict, and Francis 
Henry Cripps-Day, son, the Executors. 

CRISP. Vol. 13, page 119. — Thomas 
Arthur Frederick Crisp married at 
Thorpe-le-Soken, co. Essex, on Mon- 
day, 21 September 1908, Ruth, 4th 
daughter of Stanley Frederick Stanford 
of Landermere, Thorpe-le-Soken {see 
Pedigree of Stanford, Vol. g, page g2). 

CROWFOOT. Vol. I, page 26.— Amy 
\^aughan, eldest daughter of William 
Miller Crowfoot, was married at 
St. Michael's, Beccles, co. Suffolk, on 
Tuesday, 29 September 1908, to Henry 
Wood-Hill, elder son of Henry Wood- 
Hill of the War Office. 

Agnes Mary, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. John Henchman Crowfoot, was 
married at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Lincoln, on Wednesday, 10 July 1907, 
to the Rev. Richard Aston (son of 
James Aston, by Louisa Alexander his 
wife) ; born 23 May 1866 ; Curate 
of All Saints', Grimsby, co. Lincoln, 
since 1906. 



CROWFOOT, continued. 

Margaret Eva, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. John Henchman Crowfoot, 
was married at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Lincoln, on Tuesday, 22 September 
1908, to Edward Stuart Winter (eldest 
son of the Rev. Robert Reynolds 
Winter of Delhi, India, by Priscilla 
his wife, daughter of the Rev. Timothy 
Sandys); born 8 November 1866. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 23 {and Addenda, 
Vol. S, page vi.) — The Rev. Walter 
Robert Capel and Mary Lorenza Cure 
have further issue a daughter, Ursula 
Mary, born at the Parsonage, Oulton, co. 
York, on Saturday, 2 June, baptised at 
Oulton 30 June 1906. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I, page 174..— Daniel 
Henry Lee Warner Curtois died in the 
American Nursing Home, Paris, aged 
49, on Sunday, 31 May, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Branston, near 
Lincoln, 9 June 1908, after first part 
of service at \Vashingborough, co. 
Lincoln. Will dated 13 July 1899, 
with codicil dated 10 September 1902, 
proved in the Principal Registry 25 
June 1908, by Florence Isabella Curtois, 
sister, the sole Executrix. 

D'ARCY. Vol. 9, page 176.— Ethel 
Anastasia, youngest daughter of William 
Knox D'Arcy, was married at St. 
James', Spanish Place, London, on 
Monday, 27 April 1908, to Henry 
Goschen Philpott (youngest son of the 
Rev. Richard Stamper Philpott, Pre- 
bendary of Wells, CO. Somerset, by 
Mary Charlotte his wife, daughter of 
Richard Tattersall of Hyde Park 
Corner, London); born 19 July 1868; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy. 

DARELL. Vol. 14, page 136.— Robert 
Darell Elford Darell entered the Indian 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant (unattached) 
25 January 1908. 

DE CHAIR. Vol. II, page 167.— 
Captain Dudley Rawson Stratford and 
Enid De Chair have furthur issue a 
daughter, Elaine, born at 3 Ashburton 
Road, Southsea, co. Hants, on Sunday, 
7 April, baptised at H.M. Dockyard 
Church, Portsmouth, 5 June 1907. 

DEVON. Vol. 12, page 47.— The Rev. 
the Hon''''= Frederick Leslie Courtenay 
was instituted to the Rectory of 
Honiton, co. Devon, 1908. 



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DEW. Vol. I, page 284. — Lucy Beatrice, 
widow of the Rev. Charles Amphlett, 
died at Mayfield, Shrewsbury, in her 
ySth year, on Saturday, 9 March, and 
wa.s buried at Tuck Hill, co. Salop, 
13 March 1907. Will dated 14 October 
1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 695, 1907) 
7 May 1907, by Charles Grove Amphlett, 
D.S.O., Major in H.M. Army, and the 
Rev. George L'Estrange Amphlett, sons, 
the Executors. 

Gertrude Frances, eldest daughter of 
Frederick Napleton Dew, was married at 
St. Jude's, South Kensington, London, 

10 January 1900, to Arthur Clegg 
Stratten (son of the Rev. James Straiten, 
Minister of Paddington Chapel, London, 
by Rebekah Wilson his wife) ; bom at 
Maida Vale, London, 7 April 1828; 
died 18 June, and was buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on 
Friday, 2\ June 1907. Will dated 

11 ^Llrch 1904, proved in the Principal 
Registry 12 July 1907, by Gertrude 
Frances Stratten, relict, sole Executrix. 

Annette Beatrice, 3rd daughter of 
Frederick Napleton Dew, was married 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, 5 April 1899, to Moncrieff 
Cockburn (son of Archibald William 
and Mary Ann Cockburn): born 22 
September 1855. 

The Rev. Edward Napleton Dew was 
instituted to the Vicarage of Galleywood, 
CO. Essex, 1907. 

Page 285. — Frederick Napleton Dew- 
died suddenly at Gothic Lodge, 
Malvern, co. Worcester, on Monday, 
24 August, and was buried in the 
family vault at \\'hitney, co. Hereford, 
on Friday, 28 August 1908. Will dated 
29 November 1900, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 October igo8, 
by Alice Henrietta Prescott-Decie and 
Margaret Louise Stopford, daughters, 
the Executrixes. 

Page 285 {and Addenda^ Vol. 14, 
page a-.) — Major Armine Brereton and 
Esme Mary Dorothea Dew had issue a 
daughter, Cecily Frances Mary, born at 
Ziarat, Baluchistan, on Sunday, 3 July 
1904, who died at Sibi, Baluchistan, aged 
7 months, on Friday, 10 February 1905. 

Ahce Henrietta, 4th daughter of 
Frederick Napleton Dew, was married, 
as his 3rd wife, at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, London, on Thursday, 
23 January 1908, to Colonel Richard 
Prescott-Decie of Pontrilas Court, 
Hereford, J. P. and D.L. (son of 



DEW, continued. 

Henry Decie of Douglas, co. Cork, by 
Catherine Hale his wife, daughter of 
Sir George Beeston Prescott, Baronet) ; 
born 28 May 1838 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 22 December 1866, the 
additional name of Prescott. 

The Rev. Roderick Dew was in- 
stituted to the Rectory of Kilkampton, 
CO. Cornwall, 23 March 1908. He 
married at St. Stephen's, Gloucester 
Road, London, on Tuesday, 26 Sep- 
tember 1905, Gladys Mary, youngest 
daughter of the late Lieut. -Colonel 
Gerveys Richard Gryils, Bengal Staff 
Corps, by Agnes Mary his wife, daughter 
of Robert Saunders. They have issue 
two daughters, Mary Lucy Agnes, born 
at Newlyn, Penzance, co. Cornwall, on 
Friday, 5 October, baptised at St. 
Peter's, Newlyn, on Thursday, 15 No- 
vember 1906 ; and Frances Evelyn 
Margaret Mary, born at the Rectory, 
Kilkhampton, on Sunday, 2 February, 
baptised at St. James', Kilkhampton, on 
Tuesday, 3 March 1908. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140. — Edward 
Bernard Cornish Dicken was promoted 
Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 15 April 

1907. 

DICKINSON. Vol. I, page 293.— William 
Dickinson of Springfield, Bedford Hill, 
Balham, co. Surrey, died in his 90th 
year, on Monday, 20 January, and 
was buried in Paddington Cemetery, 
Willesden Lane, co. Middlesex, on 
Thursday, 23 January 1908. Will 
dated 23 July 1907, with codicil dated 
26 December 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 15 February 1908, 
by Nelson Crowther and George Taylor 
Marriner, the Executors. 

Page 296. — Thomas Loffill Dutton 
Dickinson, Captain 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, died 
at Lincoln on Fridaj-, 29 November, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Lincoln 2 December 1907. 

DONNE. Vol. 5, page iii. — \\illiam 
Mowbray Donne died at 50 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, in his 
75th year, on Tuesday, 9 June, and was 
buried at Welborne, co. Norfolk, on 
Saturday, 13 June 1908. Will dated 
17 December 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 7 July 190S. 

The Rev. Charles Edward Donne was 
instituted to the Rectory of Keele, co. 
Stafford, 12 November 1905. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 107.— Charles 
Frederick Dugdale was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant i6th Lancers 4 September 
1907. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, page 86.— Henry 
Cairncross Duncan died at Amisfield, 
Bromborough, co. Chester, aged 79, on 
Saturday, 20 April, and was buried at 
Bromborough 24 April 1907. Will 
dated 6 February 1906, proved (Prin. 

K.eg-. 731. 1907) 29 May 1907. by 
Leonard Eustace Henry Duncan, and 
the Rev. Douglas Charteris Duncan. 

Page 87. — The Rev. Douglas Charteris 
and Emma Duncan have further issue 
a son, Percival Cairncross Duncan, 
born at the Rectory, Gittisham, co. 
Devon, on Friday, 17 April, baptised 
at Gittisham 14 Alay 1908. 

EASTWOOD. Vol. 5, page 15S {and 
Addenda^ Vol. 6, page iv.) — Harry 
Arnold and Hilda Eastwood have 
further issue a son, Denis Brooke 
Eastwood, born at Thorpe House, 
Almondbury, co. York, 10 March, 
baptised at the parish church, Almond- 
bury, 28 April 1906; also a daughter, 
Irene Brooke, born at Thorpe House, 
Almondbury, 12 April, baptised at the 
parish church, Almondbury, 25 June 
1907. 

EATON. Vol. 6, page 87. — Hubert 
Francis Joseph and Evelyn Mary Eaton 
have further issue a daughter, Rosemary 
Alice, born at Ketton Grange, co. 
Rutland, on Thursday, 12 September 
1901, baptised at Ketton. 

Charles Wilfrid Eaton married at St. 
James', Piccadilly, London, on Satur- 
day, 12 March 1904, Katharine Alice, 
youngest daughter of Thomas Collis. 

EDMEADES. Vol. 13, page 179.— 
William Allaire Edmeades, Captain 
Royal Artillery, married at Stanwi.x, co. 
Cumberland, on Wednesday, 2 Sep- 
tember 1908, Winifred Elizabeth, elder 
daughter of William Edward Ashton 
James of Barrock Park, co. Cumberland, 
of the Hon'''^ East India Co.'s Service, 
J. P., by Annabella Emily his wife, 
daughter of Captain Peter Wybergh, 
R.N., of Isell, CO. Cumberland ; born 
r8 November 1879. 

EMERIS. Vol. I, page 88.— The Rev. 
William Charles Emeris was instituted 
to the Vicarage of Barford, co. Oxford, 
6 May 1907. 



EMERIS, continued. 

Page 89. — Lsabella Barbara, widow of 
William Robert Emeris, died at Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, aged 81, on Thursday, 19 
March, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Louth, 24 March 1908. Will dated 
II May 1896, proved 24 August 1908, 
by F. William Alington and the Rev. 
William Charles Emeris, the Executors. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page V.) — Laming Worthington 
and Gertrude Annie Evans have further 
issue a son, AVilliam Shirley Worthington 
Evans, born at 9 Stanhope Place, Con- 
naught Square, London, on Thursday, 
9 June 1904. 

Page 93. — Joseph Llewelyn Williams, 
M.B., died at Holt Street House, 
Wrexham, co. Denbigh, aged 63, on 
Friday, 13 December, and was buried 
in the cemetery at Wrexham 17 De- 
cember 1907. Will dated 21 March 
1893, with codicil dated 15 May 1902, 
proved in the Principal Registry 12 
February 1908, by Mary Alicia Sarah 
Hughes and John James Evans, the 
Executors. 

FABER. Vol. I, page 98.— Mary .\nne, 
widow of General William Raikes Faber, 
C.B., died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
aged 82, on Thursday, 16 April, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Bourne- 
mouth 18 April 1908. VVill dated 24 
February 1905, proved in the Principal 
Registry 20 May 1908, by Reginald 
Stanley Faber and Selina Mary Wood- 
rooffe, the Executors {see Pedigree of 
U'oodrooffe, J^ol. 2, page 10). 

FAIR. Vol. 3, page 50. — Charles Bass 
Fair died at Rosebank, near Cape 
Town, South Africa, aged 67, on 
Sunday, 23 June, and was buried in the 
churchyard at Claremont, South Africa, 
25 June 1907. M.I. Will proved at 
Cape Town July 1908, by Ellen Fair, 
his sister. 

FANE. Vol. 12, page 82. — John Augustus 
Fane died at 53 Cambridge Terrace, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 77, on 
\Vednesday, 19 August, and was buried 
at Lewknor, co. Oxford, on Saturday, 
22 August 1908. AVill dated 5 March 
1902, proved in the Principal Registry 
4 November 1908, by Amy Eleanor 
Fane, daughter, and Albert Butter, 
son-in-law, the Executors. 



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Xlll 



FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page ii6.— 
Captain Reginald Winnington Fanshawe, 
Duke of Wellington's (\Vest Riding) 
Regiment, was promoted Substantive 
Major 1 3 January 1 908 ; employed with 
Army Accounts Department since i May 
1905- 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 14, page 108.— 
Rupert Temple Fanshawe, District 
Superintendent of Indian Police, died 
in Raipur District, Central Provinces, 
India, aged 32, on Monday, 25 May, 
and was buried there 26 May igoS. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 95.— Sir Wilmot 
Hawksworth Fawkes, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 
was promoted Vice-Admiral 2 March 
1905, and Admiral 12 October 1908; 
appointed Commander-in-Chief Aus- 
tralian Station 2 December 1907, and 
Commander-in-Chief at Plymouth 9 
April 1908. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page 102 — 
Elizabeth, youngest and last surviving 
daughter of Henry Fellowes, died at 
2 Bryanston Place, London, on 
Thursday, 5 November, and was buried 
in the Great Northern Cemetery, New 
Southgate, co. Middlesex, 11 November 
1908. Will dated 22 January 1904, 
with three codicils dated 8 June 
1905, 2 July 1908 and 8 July 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 27 
November 1908, by Henry John 
Fellowes, the Rev. Edmund Horace 
Fellowes and Major-General Astley 
Fellowes Terry, nephews, the Executors. 

FIELD. A'ol. 3, page 84.— Maria (Tiva), 
wife of Arthur Field, died at Shenley, 
Christchurch Park, Sutton, co. Surrey, 
in her 64th year, on Sunday, 26 January, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Sutton on Wednesday, 29 January 1908. 
Page 84 (and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page vii.) — Arthur Burton and Christine 
Edith Madeline Field have further issue 
a daughter, Phyllis Marjorie, born at 
Balfour, Transvaal, on Sunday, 19 
November 1905. 

FISHER. Vol. 13, page 148.— Herbert 
Albert Laurens Fisher was elected a 
Fellow of the British Academy 1 1 June 
1907. 

Page 150. — The will of the Rev. 
Wilfred Fisher, who died 12 November 
1907 {see Addenda, Vol. 14, page xii.) 
was dated 31 March 1900, and proved 



FISHER, continued. 

in the Principal Registry 31 January 
1908, by Edmund Montagu Prinsep 
Fisher, nephew, and Herbert Nelson 
Lear, the Executors. 

Page 151 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xii.) — Commander William Words- 
worth and Celia Warre Fisher have 
issue a daughter, Rosamund, bom 22 
November 1908. 

FITZWILLIAM. Vol. 14, page 33.— 
Lady Theresa Evelyn Vilunza, youngest 
daughter of William, Viscount Milton, 
and sister of William Charles de 
Meuron, Earl Fitzwilliam, was married 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on 
Wednesday, 9 December 1908, to Alan 
Francis Fletcher, eldest surviving son of 
Charles John Fletcher of Dale Park, 
CO. Sussex, J. P. and D.L., by Helen his 
wife, youngest daughter of Arthur 
Edward Knox of Trotton House, co. 
Sussex ; born at 4 Lowndes Street, 
^^■estminster, on Thursday, 20 April 
1876; joined the 17th Lancers (from 
Militia) as 2nd Lieutenant i December 
1897, Lieutenant 14 February 1900, 
Captain 13 June 1904; served in South 
African War 1900 (Queen's medal with 
two clasps). 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page 1 15.— Augusta, 
widow of John Wadham Floyer, died at 
Clarence House, Horncastle, co. Lin- 
coln, on Monday, 20 July, and was 
buried at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoki, 23 
July 1903. 

Page 116. — William Antony Floyer 
entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 
30 September 1903, Midshipman 15 
May 1908. 

Page 118.— The Rev. John Kestell 
Floyer was instituted to the Rectory of 
Esher, co. Surrey, 29 October 1908, 
Surrogate 13 November following. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. I, page 49.— The 
Hon'^>« Josceline Charles William Savile 
Foljambe was promoted Lieutenant 
Northumberland Fusiliers 15 December 
1905, transferred to Oxfordshire Light 
Infantry 20 May 1908. 

Page 50.— Lady Edith Margaret 
Emily Mary, eldest daughter of Cecil 
George Savile, Earl of Liverpool, was 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 19 November 
1908, to D'Arcy Legard (son of the 
Rev. Francis Digby Legard, Rector of 



ADDITIONS 6^= CORRECTIONS. 



FOLJAMBE, continued. 

Stokesley, co. York, by Jane his wife, 
youngest daughter of Admiral Frederick 
Edward Vernon Harcourt) ; born at 
Stokesley on Thursday, 5 June 1873; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
(from Militia) 17th Lancers 7 December 
1895, Lieutenant 4 July 1896, Captain 

29 March 1900, Major 11 October 
1905, General Staff Officer (3rd-grade) 
Head-Quarters of Army 30 January to 

30 June 1907, and Brigade Major, 2nd 
Cavalry Brigade (Eastern Command), 
since i July 1907 ; served in South 
African War 1900- 190 2, mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 20 Au- 
gust 1 90 1 (Queen's medal with four 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 131.— Jane Olivia, 
last surviving daughter of the Rev. 
Lundy Foot, died at 12 Catharine 
Place, Bath, co. Somerset, in her 77th 
year, on Wednesday, 8 January, and was 
buried in Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath, 
on Saturday, 11 January 1908, after fir.st 
part of service at St. Andrew s, Walcot, 
Bath. Will dated 17 June 1907, with 
codicil dated 4 December 1907, proved 
in the Principal Registry 31 January 
1908, by Richard Mildmay Foot of 
Berkhampstead, co. Hertford, formerly 
Major in H.lNL's Regiment of Royal 
Inniskilling Fusiliers, and Colonel 
Robert Williams of Bridehead, co. 
Dorset, M.P. 

GALE. Vol. I, page 277. — Captain John 
Ross Gale was promoted Substantive 
Major Worcester Regiment 29 July 
1906; employed with Army Accounts 
Department i May 1905. 

Flora Caroline, 2nd daughter of 
John Cherry Gale, was married at 
St. Mary's, Vincent Square, Westminster, 
on Saturday, 22 June 1907, to Herbert 
Jenner-Fust, eldest son of Herbert 
Jenner-Fust of Hill Court, co. 
Gloucester. 

Page 278. — Henry John Gordon 
Gale was promoted Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 24 December 1905. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 144.— Douglas 
Thornbury Garrett married at the 
Theistic Church, Swallow Street, 
London, on Saturday, 24 August 1907, 
Gwendoline Frieda Isabella, daughter 
of August Calaminus of Cardiff, co. 
Glamorgan. 



GATTY. Vol. 2, page 153.— Nicholas 
Comyn Gatty married at Westgate-on- 
Sea, CO. Kent, on Saturday, 26 January 
1907, Margrethe Helen, youngest 
daughter of Adolph Borgen of 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

GIBBINS. Vol. 7, page 114.— The Rev. 
Horace John Gibbins married at St. 
Michael's-in-the-Hamlet, Liverpool, on 
Thursday, 16 July 1908, Gertrude 
Louisa, 3rd daughter of John Brown 
Oliver, ^L1)., of 59 Parkfield Road, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, by Louisa his 
wife, daughter of James and Sarah 
Hogg. 

Page 114 (and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xxviii.) — Arthur Everett and 
Helen Mary Gibbins have issue a son, 
Laurance Wilfrid Gibbins, born at 
Fordoun, Southwick, co. Sussex, on 
Friday, 22 May, baptised at Southwick 
3 June 1908. 

Page 115. — Octavia, wife of John 
George Gibbins, died at Heytesbury, 
Hayward's Heath, co. Sussex, in her 
63rd year, on Monday, 13 April, and 
was buried in the Extra Mural Ceme- 
tery, Brighton, co. Sussex, 16 April 
1908. 

The Rev. Wilfrid Hannay Gibbins of 
Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1906, was 
appointed Curate of Horsley, co. 
Gloucester, 1906. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 47.— Charles 
Theodore Gibbons married at All 
Saints', Notting Hill, London, on 
Tuesday, 3 March 1908, Helen Louisa, 
2nd daughter of the Rev. John 
Pellew Gaze, Rector of Brooke, Isle 
of Wight. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 144. —Nina, elder 
daughter of Arthur Nockolds Gilbey, 
was married at St. Giles', Ickenham, 
CO. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 3 October 
igo6, to Arthur Bayly Akroyd, elder 
son of Bayly Nash Akroyd of Piper's 
Croft, Burnham. 

GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 60.— 
Michael George Glazebrook died at 
Little Croft, Amersham, co. Bucking- 
ham, in his 89th year, on Monday, 
19 August, and was buried in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 23 August 
1907. 



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CORRECTIONS. 



XV 



GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 66 (and 
Addiiida, Vol. 14, page xiv.) — Major 
Francis Ambrose D'Oyley and Maud 
Goddard have issue a daughter, Mary 
Margaret Carniel, born at Trimelstown, 
Booterstown, co. Dublin, on Sunday, 

8 November 1908, baptised privately 
the same day. He retired from the 
Army on retired pay 9 December 1908. 

Page 67. — Samuel May Goddard died 
at Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 19 
January, and was buried in Rosedale 
Cemetery, Los Angeles, 25 January 
1906. 

The Rev. Nigel Emle Goddard was 
appointed to the Vicarage of St. Michael 
and All Angels', Folkestone, co. Kent, 
May 1908. 

Millicent Agnes, younger daughter 
of the Rev. Francis Aspinwall Goddard, 
was married at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Folkestone, on Wednesday, 

9 December 1908, to Arthur Lionel 
\'ibert, of the Indian Civil Service, 
younger son of the late John Este 
\'ibert, M.A., of the Island of Jersey. 

GODDARD. Vol. n, page 23.— Edward 
Hesketh Goddard married 2ndly at St. 
Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on 
Wednesday, 10 June 1908, Florence 
Mary, eldest daughter of Christopher 
Lethbridge of 19 Chester Square, 
London, by Mary Anne his wife, 
daughter of Henry Graham Stones. 

The Rev. Charles Frederick Goddard 
has exchanged for the living of Doynton, 
CO. Gloucester, and was admitted 1 7 
October 190S. 

GOLDSMITH. Vol. 5, page 106 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 14, page xv.) — Harry 
Dundas and Grace Apperley Goldsmith 
have issue a son, Robert Burrell 
Kinglake Goldsmith, bom at Kelston 
Lodge, Bath, co. Somerset, on Friday, 
21 June 1907, baptised at Kelston 
27 July 1908. 

Page 106. — St. Barbe Goldsmith 
married at Holy Trinity, Upper Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 20 July 
1907, Ellen Mary (Nellie), only child of 
Clement Stone-Wigg of 9 Herbert 
Crescent, Hans Place, Sloane Street, 
London. 

GORDON. Vol. 12, page 182.— Captain 
William Neville Gordon was promoted 
Major Royal Artillery 25 November 
1907. 



GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 117 {and 
.Addenda, Vol. g, page vi.) — Herbert 
Nigel and Ethel Frances Gresley have 
further issue a son, Roger Gresley, born 
at Milford, West Riding, co. York, on 
Sunday, 15 July 1906. 

GREY. Vol. II, page 171.— The Rev. 
Alexander Harry Grey was appointed 
Vicarof St. Jude's, Arima,Trinidad, 1905. 

GROOME. Vol. 5, page 21.— The Rev. 
William Hubert Groome was licenced 
to the Curacy of Siradbroke, co. Sufifolk, 
1906. 

GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 31.— The Rev. 
Reginald Hall Grubbe was instituted to 
the Vicarage of Ardleigh, co. Essex, 1902. 

GWATKIN. Vol. 2, page 3. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Willoughby Garnons Gwatkin 
was promoted Brevet Colonel 20 No- 
vember 1907 : employed with the 
Canadian Militia, Director of Operations 
and Staff Duties (General Staff Officer, 
2nd Grade), Canadian Militia, since 
5 October 1905. 

Page 168.— Robert Torrington Gwatkin 
was appointed 2nd Lieutenant 6th 
Dragoon Guards 28 January 1905, 
promoted Lieutenant 26 August 1907. 

HALES. Vol. I, page 289. — James Elton 
Hales married at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
29 May 1900, Ethel, daughter of John 
Burbidge. They have issue three sons, 
Hubert James Hales, born on Tuesday, 
29 April 1902; Christopher John Hales, 
born at 9 Western Terrace, Nottingham, 
on Saturday, 5 May 1906; and Edward 
Elton Young Hales, born at 9 Western 
Terrace, Nottingham, on Thursday, 
8 October 1908. 

HALIFAX. Vol. 10, page 133. —The 
Hon''''= Emily Charlotte, eldest daughter 
of Charles, Viscount Halifax, and widow 
of Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram, died 
s.p. at Temple Newsam, co. York, aged 
64, on Wednesday, 21 December, and 
was buried at Hoar Cross, co. Stafford, 
on Saturday, 24 December 1904. Will 
dated 31 August 1898, with two codicils 
dated 16 March 1903, and 2 May 
1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 70, 1905) 
10 January 1905, by the Hon'''"= Henry 
William Dowry Corry, cousin. Colonel 
H.M. Army, one of the Executors. 

Page 135. — Robert Alexander Lindley 
Meynell married at Bloemfontein, South 
Africa, on Wednesday, 7 August 1907, 
Cora T. S. Riches, youngest daughter 
of James W. Riches of Johannesburg, 
South .\frica. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



HARDWICKE. Vol. 4, page 135.— 
Herbert Junius Allen Hardvvicke 
married at St. James', Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, on Thursday, 20 August 
1908 (marriage settlements dated 19 
August 1908), Kate Marian .Sarah, 
eldest daughter of Joshua Robert 
Gower of Tunbridge Wells {^see Pedigree 
of Goiver, page 40 of present volume). 

Helen Dorothy Allen Hardwicke, 2nd 
surviving daughter of Dr. Herbert 
Junius Hardvvicke of St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, was married at St. 
John's, Upper St. Leonard's-on-Sea, on 
Tuesday, 21 January 1908 (marriage 
settlements dated 20 January 1908), to 
Cecil Norman Walker of St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, 2nd son of Arthur Edward 
Walker {see Pedigree of JValker, page 
J 4 of present volume). 

HARROWBY. Vol. 12, page i72,~The 
Hon''''= Archibald Dudley and Eleanor 
Frederica Ryder have further issue a 
son, Douglas Dudley Ryder, born 
26 November 1905, baptised at Bramley, 
CO. Surrey, 13 January 1906; and a 
daughter Sarah, born 16 January 1908, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Onslow Square, 
London. 

Page 173. — The Hon*"'*^ Robert 
Nathaniel Dudley Ryder married at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 16 September 1908, 
Beryl, daughter of Charles Howard 
Angas of Smallfield Place, Burstow, co. 
Surrey, and of Lindsay Park, Angaston, 
South Australia, by Elizabeth his wife, 
daughter of William Dean. 

HART- DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 31.— 
Charles Henry Hart-Davis married at 
the British Consulate, Funchal, Madeira, 
on Monday, 30 November 1908, and 
subsequently at the English Church 
there, Vyvien Chester, daughter of Edgar 
Wainwright Bishop, formerly Lieutenant 
22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment. 

HARVEY. Vol. I, page 7. -Thomas 
Francis Harvey married at St. Michael- 
le-Belfrey, York, on Wednesday, 12 
June 1907, Mary Constance, 2nd 
daughter of Bryan Edward Cookson of 
York {see Pedigree of Cookson, Vol. j, 
page I JO). 

Frances Emily, only daughter of 
Thomas Harvey of St. Petersburg, died 
at her residence, Wickham, co. Hants, 
aged 83, on Tuesday, 16 July 1908. 



HAWORTH- BOOTH. Vol. 8, page 
132. — Commander Francis Fitzgerald 
Haworth-Booth was promoted Captain 
30 June 1905. 

HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 3.— The 
Rev. Evelyn Dawsonne Heathcote died 
on May Day, aged 63, and was buried 
at Hursley, co. Hants, 4 May 1908. 
Will dated 2 December 1905, proved 
at Winchester by Grace Heathcote 
and Charles George Heathcote, the 
Executors. 

Marion, 2nd daughter of Arthur 
Malcolm Heathcote was married at 
St. George's, (iingerland, Nevis, West 
Indies, on Saturday, 23 November 
1907, to Robert Maxwell Grenfell 
Knight (younger son of Edward Joseph 
Knight of Tregoes House, Pencoed, co. 
Glamorgan); Lieutenant Royal Navy 
(retired). 

Page 4. — The Rev. FVancis Cooke 
Caulfeild Heathcote has been Rector of 
All Saints', Winnipeg, Canada, since 
1905. 

Margaret Mary Helena, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan 
Heathcote, was married at St. Mary's, 
Copythorne, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 

26 June 1908, to Joseph F'rancis Noel 
Baxendale, only son of Joseph B;ixen- 
dale of 78 Brook Street, London. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 122.— Sir Ivor 
John C'aradoc Herbert, M.P. for the 
Southern Division of co. Monmouth 
since 1906, was created a baronet 19 
July 1907. 

Page 123. — Edmund Philip Herbert 
died at Llansantffraed, co. Monmouth, 
aged 84, on Wednesday, 20 February 
1907, and was buried there. Will 
dated 27 October 1905, proved in the 
Principal Registry 13 April 1907, by 
Colonel Edmund Arthur Herbert. 

Lieut.- Colonel Edmund Arthur 
Herbert, M.V.O., commanded Innis- 
killing Dragoons 1904- 1908, and 
received brevet of Colonel 2 July 1907. 

HEXT. Vol. I, page 205. — Charles Wilfred 
Hext entered the Army from Militia as 
2nd Lieutenant Devonshire Regiment 
5 January 1901, promoted Lieutenant 

27 April 1903; served in South 
African War 1900-1902, at operations 
in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, July 
to 29 November 1900, with mounted 
infantry ; in the Transvaal and Orange 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



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HEXT, continued. 

River Colony 30 November 1900 to 
December 1901 ; at operations on the 
Zululand frontier of Natal in September 
and October 1901 (Queen's medal with 
two clasps, King's medal with two clasps). 

Edward Hewlett Hext was promoted 
Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy 26 Sep- 
tember 1906. 

Page 206. — John Edward Hext 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Derbyshire Regiment 5 May 1900, 
promoted Lieutenant Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Regiment 25 June 1901, 
transferred to Indian Army i December 
1903, and to 31st Lancers i August 
1904; served in South African War 
1901-1902, with Imperial Yeomanry; 
at operations in Orange River Colony 
May to July 1900 ; in the Transvaal 
1901, and operations in Cape Colony 
(Queen's medal with three clasps, King's 
medal with two clasps). 

George Trevor Barkley Hext married 
at the Cathedral, Bombay, India, on 
Saturday, 25 June 1904, Ellen Blanche, 
only daughter of J. C. Stratford, 
formerly Captain The Queen's. 

HOVENDEN. Page 167, present 
volume. — Robert Hovenden died at 
Westgate-on-Sea, co. Kent, in his 79th 
year, on Monday, 23 November, and 
was buried in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 26 November 
1908. 

HOWARD. Vol. I, page 92. — Henry 
Cecil Lloyd Howard was appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant i6th Lancers 9 March 1901, 
Lieutenant 3 September 1902, and 
Adjutant 27 January 1906; served in 
South African War 1 901-1902, at 
operations in Orange River Colony 
June 1 90 1, and in Cape Colony July 
1 90 1 to May 1902 (Queen's medal with 
four clasps). 

HOWARD OF GLOSSOP. Vol. 12, 
page 95. — Marmadukc Francis, Baron 
Herries, died at Everingham Park, co. 
York, at 6 p.m. on Monday, 5 October, 
and was buried in the family burying 
ground adjoining the chapel of St. 
Everilda in Everingham Park, on 
Friday, 9 October 1908. 

HOWE. Vol. I, page 288.— Major Francis 
Herbert Howe retired from the Welsh 
Regiment 27 July 1907. 



HOWE, continued. 

Page 288 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xvi.) — Winifred, wife of Henry 
Gambier Howe, died at Foxley Gardens, 
Purley, co. Surrey, aged 23, on Wed- 
nesday, 6 May 1908, and was buried at 
Bexley, co. Kent. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 69.— Robert 
Schlesinger Hutchison was appointed 
2nd-class Assistant Accountant to the 
Army Accountant's Department i May 
1905. 

Alexander Richard Hamilton Hutchi 
son was promoted Major Royal Marines 
20 November 1907. 

George Hutchison was promoted 
Captain Indian Army 20 January 1906. 

I'ANSON. Vol. 7, page 66.— William 
Andrew I'Anson died at Westgate Hill 
House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. North- 
umberland, aged 59, on Thursday, 
23 April, and was buried in the family 
vault in Westgate Old Cemetery, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 25 April 1908. Will 
dated 26 April 1907, proved at 
Newcastle-on-Tyne 13 June 1908, by 
William Andrew I'Anson Charlton, his 
nephew. 

JACKSON. Vol. II, page 140. — Lieu- 
tenant Francis Haines Marshall Jackson 
was promoted Commander Royal Navy 
30 June 1905. 

J ALLAN D. Vol. 12, page 59.— Robert 
Arthur Jalland died at his residence. 
White Cliff, South Foreland, co. Kent, 
in his 63rd year, on Sunday, 13 Septem- 
ber, and was buried at St. Margaret- 
at-Cliffe, CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 16 
September 1908. Will dated 17 >Lay 
1908, with codicil dated 18 July 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 13 
October 1908, by William Hammerton 
Jalland and the Rev. Arthur Ernest 
Jalland, brothers, and Alban Bower 
Marsh, the Executors. 

JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 53.— 
Helen Mary, wife of Horace Jeaffreson, 
died at Wandsworth, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 30 March, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Wandsworth 3 April 
1905. Will dated 22 April 1895, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 693, 1905) 4 May 
1905, by Horace Jeaffreson, M.D., 
husband, the sole Executor. 



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JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171.— Edmund 
Arthur Jermyn, Inspector of Schools, 
Meerut Division, India, died at Meerut 
on Saturday, 5 September 1908, and 
was buried there the next day. Will 
dated June 1906, proved in the 
Principal Registry 21 October 1908, 
by the Rev. Edmund Jermyn, father, 
the Executor. 

Page 172. — Sophia Henrietta, widow 
of the Most Rev. Hugh Willoughby 
Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin, and Primus 
of Scotland, died at Cannes, France, in 
her 75th year, on Wednesday, 12 Feb- 
ruary, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Cannes 14 February 1908. Will 
dated 22 Sepember 1906, with codicil 
dated 3 October 1906, proved at 
Nevvcastle-on-Tyne 18 July 1908, by 
Newton C. Ogle, Anne Charlotte Ogle 
and John E. Gibson, the Executors. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— The Rev. 
Percy James Debenham Johnson was 
appointed Chaplain at Shahjahanpur, 
India, 1907. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 18.— The Rev. 
Wilfrid Harry Cowper Johnson was 
licenced to the Curacy of St. Matthew's, 
Thorpe Hamlet, co. Norfolk, May 1906 ; 
nominated for appointment as Chaplain 
on probation on the Bengal (Rangoon) 
Establishment November 1908. 

JONES. Vol. I, page 286.— Sir William 
Hollingworth Quayle Jones, who was 
appointed J. P. for co. Suffolk 1905, 
married 3rdly at Holborn, London, 
15 February 1906, May Bradley, 5th 
daughter of William James Hyer, by 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Charles 
Ireland ; his marriage with his 2nd wife 
having been dissolved upon his petition. 

JONES. Vol. II, page 82.— Eva Adela 
Mabel Inigo, 2nd daughter of Major- 
General Inigo Richmund Jones, C.B., 
was married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 28 July 
1908, to Bertrand George Sackville 
VVest (youngest son of Colonel the 
Hon"" William Edward Sackville-West, 
by Georgina his wife, youngest daughter 
of George Dodwell of Kevinsfoot, co. 
Sligo) ; born 20 November 1872; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1894. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 66.— Clement 
Davies Joslin of Purfleet, Shellmouth, 
Manitoba, Canada, married at Thorne- 
cliffe Farm, Russell, Manitoba, on 



JOSLIN, continued. 

Wednesday, 7 November 1906, Eliza- 
beth Middlemas, 4th daughter of 
Leonard L. Roberts of Thornecliffe 
Farm, Russell, Manitoba, and widow 
of - Lowther. They have issue a 
daughter, Isabella Elizabeth, born at 
Shellmouth, Manitoba, on Sunday, 26 
January 1908. 

JOSSELYN. Vol. 2, page 43._George 
Francis Josselyn died at Bude, co. 
Cornwall, aged 62, on Wednesday, 19 
August, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 22 August 1908. 
Will dated 23 February 1905, proved 
at Ipswich 21 October 1908, by 
Colonel James Edward Josselyn and 
H. W. Packard. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 56. — Emily, 
widow of Edward Joynson, died, aged 
45, on Wednesday, 25 July, and was 
buried at Kenilworth, co. Warwick, on 
Saturday, 28 July 1906. 

Kenneth Bright Joynson was ap- 
pointed 2nd Lieutenant Indian Army 
9 March 1905, and promoted Lieutenant 
9 April 1906. 

JUBB. Vol. 2, page 79. — Cyril Oswald 
Jubb was promoted Captain West 
Riding Regiment 25 September 1906, 
and appointed Adjutant 5th Battalion 
(Territorial) at Huddersfield i April 
1908. 

KEIGHLY-PEACH. Vol. 13, page 
160. — Captain Charles William and 
Emily Kathleen Keighly-Peach have 
further issue a daughter, Violet Essex, 
born at 34 Upper Avenue, Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 3 June 1908, 
baptised at St. Ann's, Eastbourne. 
Charles William Keighly-Peach was 
promoted Captain Royal Navy 30 June 
1907. 

KENRICK. Vol. 5, page 125.— Etheldred, 
widow of the Rev. Jarvis Kenrick, died 
at Beverley, Reigate, co. Surrey, aged 93, 
on Saturday, 15 February 190S, and 
was buried at the parish church, 
Reigate. Will dated 6 May 1879, with 
codicil dated 18 April 1898, proved in 
the Principal Registry i April 1908, 
by Jarvis Kenrick, son, one of the 
Executors. 

Page 127. — The Rev. (.Charles Boteler 
Kenrick of Trinity College, Toronto, 
Canada, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1883, Lecturer 
of Trinity College, was appointed 
("urate of St. George's, Toronto, 1905. 



ADDITIONS 



CORRECTIONS. 



XIX 



KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 5.— Edwin 
Buddeii ditd 5 April, and was buried 
at Macclesfield, co. Chester, 9 April 

1907. Will dated 9 January 1890, 
proved at Chester 23 April 1907, by 
Ellin Mary Budden, relict, the sole 
Executrix. 

Page 7. — Edith, widow of Arthur 
Buck Kitchener, died on the voyage 
to Jamaica on Monday, 13 January 

1908. Will dated 7 October 1907, 
proved in the Principal Registry 8 April 
1908, by Colonel Henry Elliott Cheval- 
lier Kitchener, brother, and Henry 
Franklin Chevallier Kitchener, two of 
the Executors. 

Lieut. - General Frederick Walter 
Kitchener, C.B.,was appointed Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda 
August 1908. 

LANDON. Vol. II, page 122. — Lucian 
Giffard Landon married at Heavitree, 
CO. Devon, on Wednesday, i January 
1908, Helen Agnes, 5th daughter of 
G. B. Pennell, formerly Colonial 
Engineer, Jamaica. 

Joan, eldest daughter of Colonel 
Aislabie Landon, was married at 
Heavitree, co. Devon, on Saturday, 29 
August 1908, to Harold Charles Hill, 
Captain iioth Mahratta Light Infantry, 
3rd son of Major-General James Turner 
Hill, Bombay Staff Corps. 

Roger Palmer Landon was promoted 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 29 July 
1907. 

Page 123. — Charles Richard Henry 
Palmer Landon was promoted Captain 
Lidian Army 25 January 1908. 

John Palmer Landon was promoted 
Lieutenant Royal Navy i April 1906. 

Page 124. — Arthur Jermyn Landon 
was promoted Lieutenant Royal Navy 
31 December 1905. 

Page 127. — The Rev. Guy Landon 
was instituted to the Rectory of 
Alverstoke, co. Hants, 6 December 
1907. 

Perceval Landon was appointed Hon. 
Secretary, Veterans' Relief Fund, on its 
initiation by Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, 
K.G., V.C., in February 1908, and 
resigned that appointment in the 
following July, on proceeding to Persia 
as Special Correspondent of the "Daily 
Telegraph." 

Joseph Herbert Arthur Landon was 
gazetted to 4th Essex Regiment 24 
June 1908. 



LANDON, continued. 

Page 128. — Herbert John and Beryl 
Landon have further issue a daughter, 
Elizabeth Joan, bom at Cairo, Egypt, 
on Thursday, 14 November 1907. He is 
now of the Egyptian Irrigation Service. 

LANGLEY. Vol. 2, page 103. — Lieut- 
Colonel John Penrice Langley received 
brevet of Colonel 13 February 1908. 

LEES. Vol. 4, page 153. — James Henry 
Lees-Milne died at Ribbesford, Bewdley, 
CO. Worcester, in his 6ist year, on 
Friday, 27 March 1908. Will dated 
2 May 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 24 June 1908, by Mary 
Emma Lees-Milne, relict. Alec Milne 
Lees-Milne, and George Crompton 
Lees-Milne, sons, the Executors. 

Page 154. — Captain Edgar Lees 
retired from the Royal Navy 6 April 
1908. 

LEICESTER. Vol. 8, page 157.— The 
Hon''''^ Thomas William Coke was 
promoted Captain Scots Guards 14 
March 1906. 

The Hon'''* Roger Coke joined the 
Royal Navy as a Cadet 15 January 
1903, appointed Midshipman 28 
February 1903, Sub-Lieutenant 30 April 
1906, and Lieutenant 1908. 

LEVESON GOWER. Vol. i, page 
21. — Mary Elizabeth, daughter of 
William Leveson Gower, died at 
Kelvin, Foxhill, Reading, co. Berks, 
in her 72nd year, 6 September 
1908. Administration was granted at 
the Principal Registry 4 November 
1908, to Arthur Francis Gresham 
Leveson Gower of 31 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London, brother, one 
of the next of kin. 

Page 23 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
page vii.) — The Rev. Frederick Archi- 
bald Gresham and Cecil Eyre Leveson 
Gower have further issue a son, 
Humphrey Leigh Gresham Leveson 
Gower, born 29 May, baptised at 
Linton 23 July 1908. The Rev. 
Frederick Archibald Gresham Leveson 
Gower was inducted to the Vicarage 
of Linton 18 October 1901 ; M.A. of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, January 1Q07. 
Page 24. — Katherine Ursula Gresham, 
youngest daughter of Granville ^^■illiam 
Gresham Leveson Gower, was married 
at Titsey, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 15 
September 1908, to the Rev. Richard 
Wells, eldest son of the Rev. Herbert 
Wells of Scadetts, T\\7ford, co. Berks. 



XX 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 36.— 
Charlotte Augusta, widow of George 
William Lillingston Johnson, died at 
Woodhouse Eaves, co. Leicester, aged 
71, on Monday, 6 January, and was 
buried at Copt Oak, co. Leicester, on 
Thursday, 9 January 1908. ^Vill dated 
17 June 1897, proved in the Principal 
Registry 25 February 1908, by William 
George Lillingston, son, the sole 
Executor. 

Page 37. — The Rev. Septimus 
Ernest Luke Lillingston was Curate 
of St. Margaret Pattens, London, 
1906-1907. 

William Edward Gordon Lillingston 
was promoted Major Indian Army 
8 December 1906. 

Page 39- — The Rev. Frederick Arthur 
Cecil Lillingston died at 91 Pembroke 
Road, Clifton, co. Gloucester, aged 71, 
on Tuesday, 17 November, and was 
buried at Shirehampton, co. Gloucester, 
20 November 1908. 

Kenneth Crookshank Lillingston 
won a Foundation Scholarship at the 
King's School, Canterbury, December 
1908. 

LITTLEDALE. Vol. 13, page 56.- 
John Bolton and Clara Violet Littledale 
have further issue a son, Ronald Bolton 
Littledale, born at Sandiway House, co. 
Chester, on Saturday, 14 June, baptised 
at Weaverham, co. Chester, 22 July 
1902. 

LLEWELLYN. Vol 6, page 154.— 
William Herbert Clydwyn Llewellyn 
was promoted Lieutenant South Wales 
Borderers 21 February 1906. 

LOCKETT. Vol. n, page 90.— The 
Rev. Arthur George Lockett was 
appointed C.M.S. Missionary at Cos- 
sipur. Diocese of Calcutta, India, 1906. 

LOCOCK. Vol. 9, page 154. — Anna 
Maria, wife of the Rev. Alfred Henry 
Locock, died at 39 Carlton Road, 
Putney, co. Surrey, aged 75, on Friday, 
20 March 1908, and was buried in 
Kingston Vale Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 7 June 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 4 June 1908, by 
Henry Thornton Locock, son, and 
Mabel Abbie Locock, daughter, the 
Executors. 



LUKIN. Vol. 3, page 47. — Maggie, 5th 
daughter of the Rev. James Lukin, 
was married at Romsey Abbey, co. 
Hants, 16 July 1908, to Theophilus 
Edward Brown of Whitenap, Romsey, 
and of Winchester, co. Hants. 

Frank Edward Lukin, married at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 22 February 1908, 
Jane Georgette, younger daughter of 
George Mead of Mentmore House, 
Newmarket, co. Cambridge. 

LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 36. — Robert 
Clarence Wellesley Lukin was promoted 
Major Indian Army 3 May 1908. 

Page 39. — Blanche, wife of Major- 
General William Windham Augustus 
Lukin, died at The Priory, Monk 
Sherborne, Basingstoke, co. Hants, on 
Tuesday, 28 April 1908. Will dated 
18 September 1890, proved in the 
Principal Registry 26 May 1908, by 
William \Vindham Augustus Lukin, 
husband, the sole Executor. 

LYSTER. \'ol. 4, page 123. — Elizabeth, 
widow of Lieut. -Colonel Septimus 
Lyster, died at Birmingham, aged 74, 
on Tuesday, 27 May 1902, and was 
buried in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 

Page 125. — Arthur Lumley St. George 
Lyster entered the Royal Navy as 
Midshipman 15 January 1905, Sub- 
Lieutenant 15 March 1908. 

LYTE. Vol. 5, page 155 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 14, page XX.) — Walter Maxwell 
and Verona Cecil Lyte have issue a 
daughter, Verona Eve, born at 18 Elm 
Park Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 25 April, baptised at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, South Kensington, 
London, 29 May 1908. 

MADDOCK. Vol. 5, page 30. — The 
Rev. Percy Denil Maddock of Wad- 
ham College, Oxford (2nd-class Classical 
Mods.) 1902, B.A. (2nd-class Lit. Hum.) 
1904, M.A. 1908, was appointed Curate 
of St. Michael's, Toxteth Park, Liver- 
pool, 1905. He married at the parish 
church, Ormskirk, co. Lancaster, 23 
January 1907, Florence Edith Davis. 

MANT. Vol. I, page 193.— Walter Mant 
died suddenly at Lucerne, De Roos 
Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, aged 72, 
on Wednesday, 29 January 1908. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 60.— Charles 
Henry Marten died at Conduit Lodge, 
Blackheath Park, co. Kent, aged 73, on 
Tuesday, 11 December, and was buried 
at Shooter's Hill, co. Kent, on Friday, 
14 December 1906, after a service at 
St. Michael's, Blackheath. Will dated 
7 October 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 
98, 1907) 31 January 1907, by Frederick 
Charles Marten, son, and Marmaduke 
Capper Matthews, two of the Executors. 

Page 61. — Edward Ralph Marten 
married at Llandaff Cathedral, co. 
Glamorgan, on Tuesday, 20 August 
1907, Gwladus Tydfil, only daughter 
of David Williams of Merthyr Tydfil, 
CO. Glamorgan, by Margaret Jane his 
wife, daughter of Dr. Williams of 
Worcester. They have issue a daughter, 
Vida Priestley, born at Henstaff Court, 
Pontyclun, co. Glamorgan, on Tuesday, 
23 June, baptised at Croesfaen, Pentyrch, 
CO. Glamorgan, 26 July 1908. 

Page 62. — Arthur Robert Marten 
died at his residence. The Chantry, 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, aged 64, on 
Monday, 28 March 1904, and was 
buried at St. Nicholas', Sevenoaks. 
Emily, widow of above, and daughter 
of Frederick Cotton Finch, M.D., was 
married 2ndly at St. Stephen's, West- 
minster, on Tuesday, 6 November 
1906, to Edmund Denham Spurrell of 
Bessingham, co. Norfolk (younger son 
of Daniel Spurrell of Bessingham) ; 
born 7 October 1858; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk 1900 ; Lieutenant King's Own 
Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry 1901-1904. 

Page 63. — Clara, wife of Edward 
Bindon Marten, died at Kingswinford, 
CO. Stafford, aged 65, on Sunday, 10 
November 1907. Will dated 19 June 
1884, with three codicils dated 28 
March 1894, 8 February 1901 and 15 
September 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1770, 1907) 20 December 1907, by 
Edward Bindon Marten, husband, and 
Hubert Bindon Marten, son, and George 
Macpherson, son-in-law, the Executors. 

MARTYN. Vol. 2, page 81.— Maria 
Andrew, widow of the Rev. William 
Waddon Martyn, died at i Hartland 
Terrace, Bude, co. Cornwall, aged 73, 
on Thursday, 8 October, and was 
buried at Lifton, co. Devon, on Monday, 
12 October 1908. 

Page 82.— The Rev. Robert Waddon 
Martyn was Curate of Kilkhampton, 
CO. Cornwall, 1906-1907, afterwards 



MARTYN, continued. 

Curate-in-Charge of Werrington, co. 
Devon. He died at Liskeard, co. 
Cornwall, aged 47, 30 May, and was 
buried at Launceston, co. Cornwall, 
4 June 1908. 

MATHER. Vol. 4, page 34.— Rose 
Eleanor, widow of the Rev. Edward 
Lushington Mather, died at Montrose 
House, Chester, on Monday, 18 
November, and was buried at Halsall, 
CO. Lancaster, 21 November 1907. 
Will dated 17 May 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 2 December 1907, 
by the Rev. Edward Leigh Mather. 

The Rev. Edward Leigh Mather of 
Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1904, and 
of Wells Theological College 1905, was 
appointed Curate of St. Michael and 
All Angels', Wigan, co. Lancaster, 26 
May 1906. 

Page 35. — The Rev. James Kenneth 
Mather was appointed Missioner at 
St. Luke's, Newlands, Diocese of 
Grahamstown, South .'Vfrica, 1906. 

Page 36.— The Rt. Rev. Herbert 
Mather was appointed Chancellor of 
Hereford Cathedral 8 October 1906. 

The Rev. Basil Mather was appointed 
Missioner at Peking, Diocese of North 
China, 1906. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 87 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 10, page xiii.) — /\lfred Shaw and 
the Hon'''= Dora Marion Mellor have 
further issue a daughter, Barbara Janet 
Shaw, born at 14 Westbourne Street, 
Hyde Park, London, on Saturday, 

17 January, baptised at St. James', 
Paddington, London, 22 February 1908. 

METHOLD. Vol. i, page 145 (and 
Addenda, Vol. I3, page xh'i.) — Henry 
Tindal and Sybil Mary Methold have 
further issue a son, James Henry 
Methold, born at 109 St. George's 
Road, Warwick Square, London, on 
Monday, 4 May, baptised at St. Gabriel's, 
Warwick Square, London, 20 June 
1908. 

MIDDLEMORE. Vol. 8, page 79.— 
John Throgmorton and Mary Middle- 
more have further issue a son, William 
Hawkslow Middlemore, born at Birming- 
ham on Friday, 10 .\pril, baptised at 
the Cathedral Church, Birmingham, 

18 May 1908. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 134.— The 
Rev. Nesbit Edward and Marjorie 
Helen Willoughby have further issue a 
daughter, Gwendolen Mary, born 11 
September, baptised at Cruwys Mor- 
chard, co. Devon, 29 October 1905 ; 
and a son, Laurence Willoughby, born 
5 May, baptised at Cruwys Morchard 
7 June 1908. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 98.— The 
Hon''''' Harriet Brodrick, daughter of 
William John, 7th Viscount Midleton, 
died at her residence, Ely House, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, aged 74, on 
Monday, 18 May 1908. Will dated 
27 November 1906, with codicil dated 
5 July 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 3 July igo8, by the Rev. 
the Hon'''^ Alan Brodrick, brother, 
Alan iMelvill Brodrick, nephew, and 
Henry Harper Bothamley, three of the 
Executors. 

MILNER. Vol. 13, page 40. — George 
Francis Milner, D.S.O., received brevet 
of Lieut.-Colonel 6 December 1906. 

MIREHOUSE. Vol. 3, page 154.— 
Fanny, 3rd daughter of John Campbell 
Mirehouse, died at 97 Onslow Square, 
South Kensington, London, on Saturday, 
23 February, and was buried at Sibton, 
CO. Suffolk, 27 February 1901. Will 
dated 4 May 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
347, 1901) II March 1901, by Emma 
Mirehouse, sister, spinster, the sole 
Executrix. 

Page 155 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xliii.) — William Edward and Ethel 
Mirehouse have issue a daughter, Mary 
Avarina Herbert, born at 10 The 
Crescent, Park Town, Oxford, on Friday, 
26 June, baptised at St. Andrew's, 
Westminster, 10 November 1908. 

MOLESWORTH ST. AUBYN. 

Vol. 4, page 2. — Lieut.-Colonel James 
Heme Wade died at 8 Morton Crescent, 
Exmouth, CO. Devon, aged 78, on 
Tuesday, 22 September 1908. Will 
dated 19 December 1907, with codicil 
dated 4 April 1908, proved in the 
Principal Registry 27 November 1908, 
by Catherine Wade, relict, the sole 
Executrix. 

MOORE. Vol. 8, page 107.— The Rev. 
James Harry Moore was Curate of 
St. Cuthbert's, Birmingham, 1 905-1 906, 
and of All Saints', Birmingham, since 
1906. 






NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 54.-The 
Hon'''"' Louisa Georgina, widow of Lieut.- 
Colonel Francis William Newdigate, died 
at 26 Seymour Street, Portman Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 7 August, and 
was buried at Harefield, co. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 10 August 1907. Will 
dated 19 April 1906, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1371, 1907) 7 September 1907, 
by the Very Rev. the Hon'''= James 
Wentworth Leigh, and Charles Lyon 
Liddell, the Executors. 

Page 55. — Katharine Caroline, widow 
of Francis Henry Newdigate, was married 
at Knysna, Cape Colony, South Africa, 
17 December 1902, to Lieut.-Colonel 
James Meredith Maurice (youngest son 
of Price Maurice of Brighton, co. 
Sussex) ; Lieut.-Colonel 4th Battalion 
The King's Own (Royal Lancaster) 
Regiment. 

Page 58. — Lieut.-General Sir Henry 
Richard Legge Newdigate, K.C.B., who 
was appointed Colonel Commandant of 
the Rifle Brigade 6 January 1905, died 
at Northgate House, Warwick, aged 75, 
on Friday, 17 January, and was buried 
at Allesley, co. Warwick, on Tuesday, 21 
January 1908. Will dated 4 June 1906, 
proved in the Principal Registry 15 
February 1908, by Francis Alexander 
New^digate-Newdegate and Captain 
Arthur Shirley, R.N., the Executors. 
Phillis, his wife, died at Allesley on 
Monday, 19 March, and was buried 
there 24 March 1906. 

NICHOLLS. Vol. 2, page 51.— Henry 
Lewin Faulconer Nicholls entered the 
Army as 2nd Lieutenant Northumber- 
land Fusiliers 24 January 1906. 

NORFOLK. Vol. 12, page 30.— The 
Duke and Duchess of Norfolk have 
further issue a son, Bernard Mar- 
maduke, Earl of Arundel, born at 
Arundel Castle, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 30 May, baptised in the 
private chapel at Arundel Castle on 
Monday, i June 1908. 

NORMANBY. Vol. 9, page 55 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 11, page xvii.) — 'i'he 
Marquis and Marchioness of Normanby 
have further issue a daughter, Lady 
Gertrude Elizabeth, born at 90 Eaton 
Square, London, 30 April, baptised at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
I June 1908. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



OLIVE. Vol. I, page 232. — Theodore 
Bertram Olive married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Wednes- 
day, 3 October 1906, Olive Mary, 3rd 
daughter of Charles Edward Denny 
of Ballybrado, Cahir, co. Tipperary. 
They have issue a daughter, Eileen 
Sheelah Beatrice, born at 24 Launceston 
Place, London, on Thursday, 5 Sep- 
tember, baptised at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 3 November 1907. 
Theodore Bertram Olive, Captain 
Lancashire Fusiliers, was appointed 
Adjutant to the 3rd The King's Own 
Regiment i January 1907, and trans- 
ferred to The Buffs (East Kent 
Regiment) 20 May 1908. 

OLIVER. Vol. I, page 82.— Samuel . 
Pasfield Oliver died at Bovinger, Worth- 
ing, CO. Sussex, in his 69th year, on 
Wednesday, 31 July 1907. Will dated 
15 June 1907, proved at Chichester 22 
August 1907, by Pasfield Victor Oliver, 
Commander Royal Navy, son, and 
Norman Neville Marsh, the Executors. 

Pasfield Victor Oliver was promoted 
Commander Royal Navy 31 December 
1905- 

OLIVER. Vol. 2, page 145. — Frederick 
Noel Langford Oliver was appointed 
Assistant Clerk Royal Navy 15 January 
1906, Clerk 15 January 1907. 

Page 146. — Charles Langford Oliver 
died at his residence, Milton Tower, 
Bournemouth West, co. Hants, 21 June, 
and was buried in the cemetery at 
Bournemouth 24 June 1908. Will 
dated 13 November 1882, proved in 
the Principal Registry 14 July 1908, 
by Louisa Eleanor Oliver, widow, the 
sole Executrix. 

OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 17.— Edward 
OUivant married at St. Helen's, Escrick, 
CO. York, on Tuesday, i September 
1908, Olive Caroline, eldest daughter of 
the Rev. Robert Walter Powell, Rector 
of Escrick, by Mary Caroline his wife, 
daughter of George Hankey of Frant, 
CO. Sussex ; born at Hornsey, co. 
Middlesex, 17 March, baptised at Holy 
Innocents' Church, Hornsey, 17 April 
i88i. 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 40 {and Addenda, 
Vol. ij, page xix.) — Lord and Lady 
Cranley have issue a daughter, Mary 
Florence Violet Margaret, born at 
2 Moltke Strasse, Berlin, on Tuesday, 
1 1 August, baptised at Berlin on 
Wednesday, 14 October 1908. 



OUVRY. Vol. 3, page 169 {and Addenda, 
Vol. II, page xvii.) — Ernest Carrington 
and Elinor Southwood Ouvry have 
further issue a son, Norman Delamain 
Ouvry, born at The Warren, Crock- 
ham Hill, CO. Kent, on Sunday, 23 
Fcbruar)-, baptised at the parish 
church, Crockham Hill, on Saturday, 
21 March 1908. 

PACK-BERESFORD. Vol. 8, page 
1 69. — Charles George Pack-Beresford 
was appointed an Officer of a Company 
of Gentlemen Cadets, Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst, 7 November 1905, 
and promoted Major Royal West Kent 
Regiment 21 March 1908. 

Page 169 {and Addenda, Vol. 12, 
page xlvi.) — Henry John and Sybil 
Maud Pack-Beresford have issue a 
son, Tristram Anthony Pack-Beresford, 
born at Flemington House, Gollanfield, 
CO. Inverness, on Wednesday, 8 May, 
baptised at Ardersier, co. Inverness, 
13 June 1907. 

PACKE. Vol. 7, page 166. — Hussey 
Packe died in London 8 October, 
and was buried at Prestwold, co. 
Leicester, on Tuesday, 13 October 
1 90S. \\'\\\ dated 8 June 1905, proved 
in the Principal Registry 27 November 
1908, by Edward Hussey Packe, son, 
one of the Executors. 

Page 167. — Edmund Christopher 
Packe, Captain Royal Fusiliers, married 
at the Cathedral, Pretoria, Transvaal, 
on Monday, 24 February 1908, Olivia 
Rachel Norah, elder daughter of 
Charles Maclean of Glenearn, co. 
Perth. 

PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 162.— Isabella 
Blanche, eldest daughter of Arthur 
William Partridge, was married at 
Cringleford, co. Norfolk, on Thursday, 
8 October 1908, to Ronald Bemers 
Upcher, youngest son of the Rev. 
Harry Bemers Upcher ; born at Alexton 
Rectory, co. Leicester, 19 April, baptised 
there 7 June 1874 {see Tedigfee of 
Upcher, Vol. 3, page 26). 

Page 163.— The Rev. Walter Ernest 
Clarke Partridge proceeded M..\. of 
Oxford 29 June 1905. 

Page 164. — George .\nthony Partridge 
died at Westgate, Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 83, on Saturday, 
8 February, and was buried at St. 
Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, on Thursday, 
13 February 1908. 



XXIV 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



PEARCE-SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, page 
56. — Eric Pearce-Serocold was promoted 
Major King's Royal Rifle Corps 3 May 
1905, Officer in Command (Welsh and 
Middlesex) Musketry Duties i June 
to 13 August 1905, and Brigade 
Major 1 6th and 17th Brigades, Irish 
Command, since 14 August 1905. 

Page 57. — Ruth, youngest daughter 
of Charles Serocold Pearce-Serocold, 
was married at Taplow, co. Bucking- 
ham, on Saturday, 8 August igo8, 
to Lieut.-Colonel Charles Henderson, 
M.B., of the Royal Army Medical 
Corps; born 20 May 1863; Secretary 
and Member (as expert in Sanitation) 
Army Medical Advisory Board. 

PELLATT. Vol. 9, page 167.— Marian 
Amy, wife of Frederic William Pellatt, 
died at Whetstone, co. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 8 September, and was buried 
in the churchyard at Friern Barnet, 
CO. Middlesex, 12 September 1908. 
Will dated 8 January 1908, proved in 
the Principal Registry 13 November 
1908, by Frederick Mill Pellatt, son, 
the sole Executor. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 45 
{mid Addenda, Vol. 7, page ix.) — 
Captain Henry Beresford and Ada 
Frances Isabel Penruddocke have issue 
a daughter, Dorothea Kathleen Feilding, 
born at 2 Ladbroke Crescent, Notting 
Hill, London, on Tuesday, 16 June, 
baptised at St. Mark's, Netting Hill, 
22 July 1903; and a son, Thomas 
Beresford Penruddocke, born at Osborne 
Cottage, Upper Dicker, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 18 April, baptised at 
Upper Dicker 23 May 1906. 

PERCIVAL. Vol. 2, page 70.— Harold 
Stanley Percival married at St. Anne's, 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
II July 1906, Ellen Violet, youngest 
daughter of Ebenezer Newman of 
Beckenham, co. Kent. They have 
issue a son, Hilaire Thelwall Percival, 
born at Nether Maudlin, Steyning, 
CO. Sussex, on Saturday, 14 March, 
baptised at Coltishall, co. Norfolk, 
6 September 1908. 

PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE. Vol. 
14, page 54. — Mabel, 8th daughter of 
John Cunliffe Pickersgill-CunlifiTe, was 
married at the parish church. North- 
wood, CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
3 October 190S, to William McAdam 
Steuart, eldest son of William McAdam 
Steuart of West Wickham, co. Kent, 
by Marian Isabella his wife, daughter 



PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE, confd. 
of Major-Cieneral Sir Isaac Campbell 
Coffin ; born at Wavertree, co. Lan.-nster, 
25 September 1859 ; District Traffic 
Superintendent Madras and Southern 
Mahratta Railway, India. 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 31. — Esmd 
Caroline, 2nd daughter of Francis 
William Pixley, was married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, on Tuesday, 
14 January igo8, to the Rev. .Arthur 
Buxton, 4th son of John Henry Buxton 
of Hunsdon Bury, co. Hertford, J. P. 

PORTMAN. Vol. II, page 37.— Viscount 
Portman married 2ndly at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, on Tuesday, 
2 June 1908, Frances Maxwell Buchanan, 
daughter of Boyd Alexander Cuning- 
hame, R.N., of Craigends, co. Renfrew, 
and widowof Andrew James Livingstone- 
Learmonth. 

Page 39. — The Hon'''" Lucy Ella, 
daughter of Edward Berkeley, ist 
Viscount Portman, died at The Alanor, 
Manningford Bruce, co. Wilts, aged 76, 
on Tuesday, 14 January 1908, and was 
buried at Manningford Bruce. Will dated 
2 December 1907, proved in the Principal 
Registry 13 February 1908, by Berkeley 
Portman, nephew, the sole Executor. 

Page 43. — The Hon'''= Gerald 
Berkeley and Dorothy Marie Isolde 
Portman have further issue a son, 
Michael Berkeley Portman, born at 
Healing Manor, co. Lincoln, on Satur- 
day morning, 20 January, baptised at 
Bryanston, co. Dorset, 8 April 1906. 

Page 46. — Francis John Portman 
died unmarried at Ajmer, India, aged 
27, on Tuesday, 2 May 1905. 

POWELL-COTTON. Vol. 9, page 61. 
Stapleton Charles Cotton, M.V.O., died 
at his residence, Park House, Lindfield, 
CO. Sussex, on Tuesday, 8 September, 
and was buried at the parish church, 
Lindfield, on Friday, 1 1 September 1908. 
Will dated 18 March 1908, proved in 
the Principal Registry 13 October 190S, 
by Rosa Sophia Cotton, relict, Kay 
Lees and Edward George Pyke, the 
Executors. 

PRICE. Vol. 7, page 89.— Helen Rose 
Elizabeth, elder daughter of Edward 
Augustus Uvedale Price, was married 
at St. Mark's, Surbiton, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 17 September 1908, to Henry 
Edward Seccombe, only son of Henry 
Lawrence Seccombe of Victoria Road, 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, formerly 
of the India Office. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PRIDEAUX. Vol. 5, page 62. —Cassandra 
Paulina, wife of Thomas Symes Prideaux, 
died at Garden Road, St. John's Wood, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 27, on Sunday, 
26 \710t 21] June 1853. 

Thomas Symes Prideaux married 2ndly 
atMarylebone Parish Church, London, on 
Saturday, 13 September 1856 \rwt 1863]. 
Page 63 (find Addenda, Vo/. 14, 
page xxiii.) — William de Courcy and 
Mary Prideaux have further issue a 
daughter, Mary Isolda Ludlow, born at 
12 I'Vederick Place, Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, on Monday, 10 August, baptised 
at All Saints', Nynehead, co. Somerset, 
20 October 1908. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. i, page 197.— 
Theodore William Pritchett married at 
St. Catherine's, Feltham, on Wednes- 
day, 17 September 1902, Nora Berjl, 
2nd daughter of George Canning Shaw 
of Springfield, Feltham. They have 
issue a daughter, Beryl Lovejoy, born 
at Uplands, Feltham, on Monday, 15 
February, baptised at Feltham 22 March 
1904; a son, Theodore Kynard Dakell 
Pritchett, born at Uplands, Feltham, 
on Thursday, 3 August, baptised at 
Feltham 20 September 1905 ; and a son, 
Maurice Richard 15arker Pritchett, born 
at Uplands, Feltham, on Tuesday, 14 
April, baptised at Feltham 8 July 1908. 
Charles Richard Delabere Pritchett 
married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Thursday, 16 June 
1904, Jacintha Muriel Laura, younger 
daughter of James Arrowsmith of 
Buxton, formerly of Brooklands, co. 
Chester. She died at Fermain, Glou- 
cester Road, Teddington, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 12 June 1906. 

RANDALL. Vol. 3, page 175.— Mary, 
widow of John Randall, M.I)., died at 
1 1 Plympton Road, Brondesbury, co. 
Middlesex, aged 82, on Thursday, 24 
August 1905. Will dated 8 March 

1893, with codicil dated 29 August 

1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 1484, 1905) 
II November 1905, by Julius Charles 
Prince and Ernest Richard Wood, the 
Executors. 

RAWSON. Vol 8, page 68.— Constance 
Ellen, only daughter of William Henry 
Rawson, was married at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, co. York, on Tuesday, 
3 October 1905, to Henry Hale 
MacDougall-Rawson, eldest son of the 
Rev. Henry MacDougall, Chaplain of 
the Forces. 



RICE. Vol. ID, page 161. — Helena 
Louisa, widow of the Rev. Augustus 
William Dorset Fellowes, died at 6 Red 
Hill, Chislehurst, co. Kent, aged 85, on 
Monday, 28 November 1904, and was 
buried in the churchyard at All Saints', 
Clevedon, co. Somerset. ^Vill dated 26 
July 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 369, 1905) 
17 March 1905, by Sir Edmund Harry 
lilton, Baronet, the sole Executor. 

RICKETTS. Vol. I, page 2 74. —Kathleen 
Berkeley, youngest daughter of the 
Rev. St. Vincent Fitzhardinge Lennox 
Ricketts, was married at St. Swithun's, 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 
30 June 1908, to Edward Reginald 
Willett, 2nd son of Louis Edward 
Willett of Thorpe, Norwich, by Emily 
Bertha his wife, daughter of Henry 
Hansell ; born at the Manor House, 
Bracondale, Norwich, 21 October 1872. 

RIDLEY. Vol. 13, page 93. — Thomas 
Dixon Ridley married at St. Michael 
and All .Angels', Bedford Park, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 1 7 October 
1906, Dorothy Marguerite Florence, 
only daughter of George Francis Lind 
of Bedford Park, co. Middlesex. 

RIMINGTON-WILSON. Vol. 5, page 

162. — Jane, widow of James Wilson 
Rimington-Wilson, died at Broomhead 
Hall, CO. York, on Friday, 9 November, 
and was buried at Bradfield, co. Yoik, 
13 November 1906. Will dated 26 
November 1902, proved in the Prin- 
cipal Registry 12 December 1906, by 
Reginald Henry Rimington Rimington- 
Wilson, son. 

Colonel Sir Alexander Moncrieff, 
K.C.B., died at Bandirran, Perth, in 
his 78th year, on Friday, 3 August, 
and was buried at Abernethy, co. 
Perth, on Tuesday, 7 August 1906. 
Confirmation of Dame Harriet Mary 
Rimington-\Vilson, or Moncrieff, widow, 
Robert Scott Moncrieff, ^\■riter to the 
Signet, and Gerard xMexander Moncrieff, 
B.A., sealed in London 13 December 
1906. 

Dame Harriet Mary, his widow, 
died at her residence, 21 Kensington 
Park Gardens, London, aged 56, on 
Sunday, 1 7 February, and was buried 
at Abernethy 22 February 1907. Con- 
firmation of Reginald Henry Rimington 
Riniington-A\'ilson and Henry Riming- 
ton-Wilson, brothers, and Robert Scott 
Moncrieff, Writer to the Signet, sealed 
in London 26 July 1907. 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



ROBERTS. Vol. II, page 3.~Margaret 
Frances, wife of Arthur Roberts, died 
at Oakleigh, Eltham, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 5 November, and was 
buried at St. Lawrence, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, on Monday, 9 November 1908. 

Page 10.— Harriett, wife of Major- 
General George Ricketts Roberts, died 
at 35 Lee Park, Blackheath, co. Kent, 
on Thursday, 13 February, and was 
buried in Hither Green Cemetery, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 15 February 1908. 
Memorial Service at St. Michael's, 
Blackheath Park, the same day. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 131.— Hugh 
Stuart Rogers was appointed Adjutant 
6th Battalion Cheshire Volunteers 
2 September 1907, and granted tem- 
porary rank of Captain. He and his 
wife, Katharine Mary Rogers, have 
further issue a daughter, Cecilia Stella 
Ridley, born 6 January, baptised at 
Cheadle Hulme, co. Chester, 15 
February 1908. 

Francis St. Aubyn Rogers married at 
St. Leonard's, Streatham, co. Surrey, 
28 December 1905, Gladys Monro, 
only daughter of W. H. Monro Uunsford 
of Newport Pagnell, co. Buckingham. 
'I'hey have issue a son, John Basset 
Rogers, born 28 March, baptised at St. 
Peter's, Newlyn,co. Cornwall, i May 1908. 



ROUND. 



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1 2, page 



-Emma 



Margaret, 3rd daughter of the Rt. 
Hon*''= James Round, was married 
at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 2 June 1908, to 
the Rev. John Wilfrid Lewis (son of 
the Rev. David Lewis, by Katharine 
his wife, daughter of John Wiskham 
Flower) ; born at Briton Ferry, co. 
Glamorgan ; of Jesus College, Oxford, 
matriculated October 1892, B.A. 1896, 
M.A. 1899; Vicar of Oxhey, co. 
Hertford, since 1908. 

ROXBURGH E. Vol. 12, page 159.— 
Lady Isabel, wife of the Hon''''' Guy 
Greville Wilson, died s.p. at Waiter 
Priory, York, on Thursday, 12 October, 
and was buried there on Saturday, 14 
October 1905. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 25 
January 1907, to the Hon''''= Guy 
Greville Wilson, husband. 

Page 159 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page XXV.) — Lord Alastair Robert and 
Lady Anne Innes-Ker have issue a son, 
Alastair James Innes-Ker, born at 
49 Mount Street, Berkeley Square, 



ROXBURGH E, continued. 

London, on Sunday, 4 October, bap- 
tised at St. George's, Hanover S(iuare, 
London, 23 November 1908. Lord 
Alastair Robert Innes-Ker was promoted 
Lieutenant Royal Horse Guards 24 
June 1905. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, page 13 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page It.) — .Albert Henry and 
Adeliza Beatrix Royds have further 
issue a son, James Henry Royds, 
born at Bylands, Strathfield 'lurgis, 
near W'inchfield, co. Hants, on 
Wednesday, 29 April, baptised at 
Penshurst, co. Kent, 21 June 1908. 

Page 14. — The Rev. John Royds 
married Jane, 2nd daughter of John 
Haddon Askwith, at Campsall, co. 
York, 23 November 1849 [not 1847], 
{see Pedigree of Ashtntlt, page log, 
present volume). 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 2. — John Fletcher 
Twemlow and Ada Royds have further 
issue a daughter, Elizabeth Florence 
Theodosia, born at The Hill, Sandbach, 
CO. Chester, on Thursday, 9 Ajiril, 
baptised at Brereton, co. Chester, 10 
May 1908. 

SALT. Vol. 3, page 104. — Olivia Mary 
Georgina, only daughter of the Rev. 
Cecil Henry Salt, was married at 
Holy Cross, Plymouth, co. Devon, on 
Monday, 7 September 1908, to Edward 
Reveley Clarke of 8 Ladysmith Road, 
Mount Gould, Plymouth (youngest son 
of the Rev. Charles Granville Clarke) ; 
Foundation Scholar of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge (2nd-class Nat. Sc. 
Tripos 1896) B.A. 1897, M.B. 1902 ; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. 1900. 

SAVAGE. Vol. 3, page 6.— Thomas 
Savage of Birmingham, M.D., was 
killed in the earthquake at Kingston, 
Jamaica, on Monday, 14 January 1907. 
Will dated 9 May 1901, proved at 
Birmingham 12 April 1907, by Ernest 
Snialhvood Savage, M.B., and Edward 
Howard Balden, the Executors. 
SCARBROUGH. Vol. 13, page 75.— 
Lieut.-Colonel the Hon''''= Osbert Victor 
George Atheling Lumley was appointed 
Commander 2nd South Midland 
Mounted Brigade, Southern Command, 

1 April 1908. 

SEFTON. Vol. 10, page 156.— Mary 
Augusta, Countess of Sefton, died at 

2 Lyall Street, Belgrave Square, 
London, aged 92, on Friday, 5 October 
1906. Will dated 24 December 1896, 



ADDITIONS <5f CORRECTIONS. 



XXVll 



SEFTON, continued. 

with three codicils dated 30 December 
1896, 6 July 1898 and 25 October 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1527, 1906) 12 
November 1906, by Hugh Richard, 
Viscount Downe, son-in-law, and Arthur 
Robert Hopwood, nephew, Major in 
H.M. Arm)', the Executors. 

Page 157. — Lady Rose Mary, daugh- 
ter of William Philip, Earl of Sefton, 
died at her residence, Abbeystead, 
Lancaster, aged 35, on Saturday, 29 
July 1905. \Vill dated i March 1900, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1222, 1905) 9 Sep- 
tember 1905, by the Hon'^'= Richard 
Frederick Molyneuxand Montagu Arthur 
Bertie, Earl of Abingdon, the Executors. 

The Earl and Countess of Sefton 
have further issue a daughter, Evelyn 
Mary, born 29 October 1902. The 
Earl of Sefton served as Master of the 
Horse on the formation of the Liberal 
Government in January 1906 to August 
1907. 

SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 109.— 
Bertha, wife of Arthur Shadwell, M.D., 
died at Cardiff on Saturday, 2 No- 
vember, and was buried at Llandaff, 
CO. Glamorgan, 6 November 1907. 

Page 1 1 1. — Lancelot Horace Augustus 
Shadwell married at Durban, Natal, on 
Thursday, 19 April 1906, Fanny, 2nd 
daughter of the Rev. George Herbert 
Jenner, Rector of W'envoe, co. Glamor- 
gan, by Mary Hales his wife, daughter 
of the Rev. William Grigson, Rector of 
Whinburgh, co. Norfolk ; born at Long 
Melford, co. Suffolk, 5 June, baptised 
there 12 June 1880. They have issue 
a daughter, Mary Gertrude, born at 
Eltham House, West's, Durlian, Natal, 
on Tuesday, 22 October, baptised at St. 
Cyprian's, Durban, i December 1907. 

SHEDDEN. Vol. II, page 28. -Alice 
Katharine Beatrix, eldest daughter of 
George Shedden, was married at 
Whippingham, Isle of Wight, on Wed- 
nesday, 22 April 1908, to Richmond 
ffolliott Powell (son of Commander 
Richmond ffolliott Powell, R.N., 
Governor of Osborne House, Isle of 
Wight, 1 904-1 905, by Annie Watson 
his wife, of Strathmore, co. Down) ; 
born at 10 Lawn Terrace, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, on Whit-Sunday, 16 May 
1880; entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
tenant (from Militia) RoyaJ Artillery 
8 September 1900, Lieutenant 8 Sep- 
tember 1903. 



SHUTTLEWORTH. Vol. 13, page 
166. — Lord Shuttleworth was appointed 
Lord-Lieutenant for the county palatine 
of Lancaster 27 June 1908. 

Page 167. ^Robert and Ethel Clemen- 
tina Kay-Shuttleworth have further issue 
a son, John Kaj-Shutttleworth, born at 
Slough Place, Cucktield, co. Sussex, on 
Sunday, 13 January, died there on Wed- 
nesday, 16 January, and was buried at 
Cuckfield on Friday, 18 January 1907. 

SMITH-BOSANQUET. Vol. i, page 
251.— Horace James Smith-Bosanquet 
died at 38 Queen's Gate, Kensington, 
London, aged 78, on Thursday, 28 
March, and was buried at Broxboume, 
CO. Hertford, on Wednesday, 3 April 
1907. Will dated 30 June 1905, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 536, 1907) 30 April 
1907, by Herbert Francis Smith, 
nephew, Audley Wash bourne Money 
Kyrle. Major H.M. Army, and Robert 
Leatham Barclay, sons-in-law, the 
Executors. 

SPARKS. Vol. 3, page 126.— Mary Ann, 
widow of William Sparks of Langton 
Herring, co. Dorset, died suddenly at 
'i'he Manor House, Langton Herring, 
aged 91, on Thursday, 4 July 1907, and 
was buried in the family vault in the 
churchyard at Langton Herring. Will 
dated 18 January 1904, with two 
codicils dated 14 May 1904 and 
23 June 1906, proved at Blandford 
6 August 1907, by Edward Jarman 
Blake and Mary Evelyn Rome, wife of 
the Rev. Robert Lorimer Rome, the 
surviving Executors. 

SPEDDING. Vol. 13, page iS4— 
Amelia Crowe, the wife of William 
Alexander Spedding, ^LD., was the 
daughter of Henry William Crowe of 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, by Louisa 
Elizabeth Woolby his wife. She was 
bom at Yarmouth 9 February 1845, 
and married 2ndly m London, 11 De- 
cember 1873, Captain Frederick John 
Haddan, son of Charles Whitby Haddan, 
by Caroline Ann Staples his wife. 

Page 157. — John Carlisle Deey and 
Caroline Delitia Spedding, have further 
issue a son, Carlisle Montagu Rodney 
Spedding, born at Gudrune, Alexandra 
Road, South Farnborough, co. Hants, 
on Sunday, 18 October, baptised at 
St. Mark's, South Farnborough, on 
Monday, 16 November 1908. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



SPEDDING, continued. 

Page 158 {and Addenda, Vol. 14, 
page xxvi.) — Charles Rodney and 
- Constance Mildred Edith Spedding 
have issue a daughter, Patricia Rodney, 
born at Frensham Grove, Farnham, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 29 July, baptised 
at Frensham on Sunday, 30 August 
1908. 

Page 158. — The following arms were 
confirmed to Captain John Carlisle Deey 
Spedding and the other descendants 
of his grandfather, the Rev. William 
Spedding, Rector of Killencoole, co. 
Louth (in lieu of those assigned to his 
family 15 June 1900), by Captain 
Nevile Rodvvell Wilkinson, F.S.A. 
Ulster, 26 August 1908. 

Arms. — Gules on a fesse engrailed 
between three acorns slipped or 
a mural crown between two roses 
of the field. 

Crest. — Out of a mural crown or a 
dexter arm embowed in armour 
the hand grasping a scymitar the 
arm charged with three acorns 
one and two and entwined by a 
branch of oak fructed all proper. 

Motto. — Utile dulci. 




STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 92.— Ruth, 
4th daughter of Stanley Frederick 
Stanford, was married at ThcTpe-le- 
Soken, co. Essex, on Monday, 2 1 
September 1908, to Thomas Arthur 
Frederick Crisp {see Pedigree of Crisp, 
Vol. ij, page iig). 

STARKIE. Vol. 6, page 150.— Jemima 
Monica Mildred, wife of Le Gendre 
Nicholas Starkie, died at Ribbleton 
Hall, Preston, co. Lancaster, aged 66, on 
Thursday, 6 June, and was buried at 
St. Stephen's, Skipton, co. York, 1 1 
June 1907. Will dated i October 
1904, proved at Lancaster 8 July 1907, 
by Edmund Arthur Le Gendre Starkie 
and Piers Cecil Le Gendre Starkie, 
sons, the Executors. 

Edmund Arthur Le Gendre and 
Maud Anna Dolores Starkie had issue 
a son, Julian Herbert Le Gendre 
Starkie, born at 15 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, on Friday, 
26 February, died there on Tuesday, 

29 March, and was buried at Scaris- 
brick Catholic Church, co. Lancaster, 
on Friday, i April 1904. 

Page 151. — Francis Chamberlain Le 
Gendre Starkie died 29 July 1908. 
Will dated 6 July 1904, proved in the 
Principal Registry 21 November 1908, 
by Ethelbert Bayspoole and Irene 
Starkie, daughter, the Executors. 

Pierce Cecil Le Gendre Starkie 
married at the Oratory, Brompton, 
London, on Tuesday, 29 September 
1908, Cicely, 2nd daughter of Sir James 
de Hoghton of Hoghton Tower and 
Walton-le Dale, both co. Lancaster, 
nth Baronet, by Aimee Jean his wife, 
only daughter of John Grove of 
Mudeford, co. Hants; born at Blackrock, 
CO. Cork, on Saturday, 27 December 
1884. 

STEVENSON. Vol. 12, page 48.— 
Caroline Octavia (Lady Stevenson), 
widow of the Rev. Foster Barham 
Zincke, died at Playford Mount, co. 
Suffolk, in her 89th year, on Thursday, 

30 January, and was buried at 
Wherstead, co. Suffolk, on Monday, 
3 February 1908. 

STONE. Vol. I, page 61.— Edith Emily, 
eldest daughter of Edward Stone, was 
married at St. Margaret's, Lee, co. Kent, 
on Wednesday, i January 1908, to Cyril 
Arthur Friday, eldest son of Sydney 
Friday of 2 Lee Terrace, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page loi.— 
Lucy Winifred, youngest daughter 
of Henry Strickland-Constable, was 
married at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 17 
April 1907, to Robert MacNeil Ker, 
eldest son of Thomas Ripley Ker 
of Dougalston, co. Stirling, by Helen 
his wife, daughter of James Scott of 
Kelly, N.B. 

STUCLEY. Vol. 2, page 150 {and 
AdJip.da, Vol. 12, page hn.) — Hugh 
Nicholas Granville and Gladys Stucley 
have issue a daughter, Elizabeth 
Florence, born 9 February, baptised at 
Charminster, co. Dorset, 15 April 1906 ; 
and a son, Dennis Frederick Bankes 
Stucley, born 29 October, baptised at 
the parish church, Bideford, co. Devoij, 
29 December 1907. 

SWITHINBANK. Vol. 7, page 151.— 
Bernard Winthrop Swithinbank passed 
for the Indian Civil Service 1908, being 
selected for Burmah. 

Cuthbert Winthrop Swithinbank, 
Lieutenant R.N., appointed to H.M.S. 
"Excellent" 22 August 1908. 

Page 152. — Crossley Swithinbank, 
R.N. Emergency List 1908, of New 
College, Oxford, and Middle Temple 
1908. 

Page 152. — Enid, elder daughter of 
Harold William Swithinbank, was 
married at Denham, co. Buckingham, 
on W^ednesday, 15 July 1908, to 
Frederick Henry AUhusen (younger 
son of Henry Christian Allhusen 
of Stoke Court, Stoke Poges, co. 
Buckingham, by Elizabeth Alice his 
wife, daughter of Thomas Eden of 
Norton Hall, co. Gloucester) : born 
24 January 1872; Major (retired) 9th 
Lancers. 

TAUNTON. Vol. 4, page 168,-The 
Rev. Edward Willoughby Taunton 
married' at St. Mary's, Byfleet, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 30 May 1908, 
Winifred Estelle, daughter of Gilead 
Smith of Shrapnells, Byfleet. 

THORNTON- DUESBERY. Vol. 9, 
page 63. — The Rev. Charles Leonard 
Thornton-Duesbery was appointed by 
the Simeon Trustees to the Vicarage 
of Leyton, co. Essex, and was instituted 
by the Bishop of St. Albans 12 February 
1908. 



THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 117.— 
Captain James Ptolemy Thurburn, R.N., 
died at Thorsden, Gipsy Hill, Upper 
Norwood, CO. Surrey, aged 91, on 
Tuesday, 21 July, and was buried in St. 
James' Cemetery, Dover, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 25 July 1908, after a service 
at St. Stephen's, Dulwich, co. Surrey. 
Will dated iS January 1902, proved in 
the Principal Registry 22 August 1908, 
by Margaret White Thurburn and James 
^V'hite Thurburn, two of the Executors. 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 86. — Emma, widow 
of William Murray Tuke, died at 
SafiTron Walden, co. Esse.x, aged 85, on 
Sunday, 5 January, and was buried 
there on Thursday, 9 January 1908. 
Will dated 4 April 1905, with codicil 
dated i July 1907, proved in the 
Principal Registry 25 February 1908, 
by William Favill Tuke and Henry 
Samuel Tuke, sons, the Executors. 

TURQUAND. Vol. 10, page 47— Paul 
Turquand died at 1 7 Thorncett Road, 
Anerley, co. Surrey, 2t, July, and was 
buried in Elmers End Cemetery, 
Beckenham, 27 July 1908. Will dated 
I April 1896, proved in the Principal 
Registry 17 September 1908, by Eliza- 
beth Margaret Turquand, relict, the 
sole Executrix. 

UPCHER. Vol. 3, page 26.— Howard 
Berners Upcher married at St. Mary's, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
3 October 1906, Helen Mar)', only 
daughter of Horace Frere of Wimbledon, 
formerly of the Solicitor's Department 
of H.^I. Treasury. They have issue a 
son, Bartle Horace Berners Upcher, 
born at Darenth House, Slough, co. 
Buckingham, on Wednesday, i July, 
baptised at St. Mary's, Slough, 28 July 
1908. 

Gerald Berners Upcher married at 
St. Margaret's, Dunham Massey, co. 
Chester, on Tuesday, 2 June 1908, 
Helen Rose, youngest daughter of 
Ernest Bellhouse of Southside, Altrin- 
cham, CO. Chester. 

Ronald Berners Upcher married at 
Cringleford, CO. Norfolk, on Thursday, 
8 October 1908, Isabella Blanche, 
eldest daughter of Arthur William 
Partridge of Saham Lodge, Watton, co. 
Norfolk ; born 26 June, baptised at 
Thetford, co. Norfolk, 26 July 1S68 
{see Pedigree of Partridge, Vol. 7, 
page 162). 



ADDITIONS 6- CORRECTIONS. 



UPC HER, continued. 

Page 27. — Alice Margaret, eldest 
dciughtcr of the Rev. Arthur Charles 
^Vodehouse Upcher, was married at 
Hingham, co. Norfolk, on Tuesday, 21 
July 1908, to Thomas Frederick Watson 
(son of Pilfold Fletcher Watson, R.B.A., 
F.S.A.); born at Warwick House, Far 
Headingly, co. York, baptised at 
Headingly; Captain Australian Mounted 
Infantry, Adjutant Infantry Brigade. 

VIDLER. Vol. 13, page 97.— The Rev. 
Arthur Coleman Vidler appointed 
Rural Dean of North Stow December 
1908. 

Page 98. — Percy Alexander Vidler 
died 15 January, and was buried in 
the churchyard at AVinchelsea, co. 
Sussex, 21 January 1908. 

Page 99. — Oscar Collyer and Catherine 
Mary Vidler have issue a daughter, 
Kathleen Albinia, born at Widcombe, 
Icen Way, Dorchester, 17 January 1908. 

WADE. Vol. 4, page 140.— Edward 
Wade died near Melbourne, Australia, 
in his 70th year, on Thursday, 28 May 
1908. 

The Rev. Albert Ellis Blakeney 
Wade, Vicar of St. Peter's, Bentley, 
CO. York, is now of Reydon-in-Orford, 
CO. Suffolk. 

WALKER. Page 54, present volume. — 
Cecil Norman and Helen Dorothy 
Allen Hardwicke Walker have issue a 
son, Arthur Hardwicke Abney Walker, 
born at Biyth Lodge, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, 5 November 1908. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 59.— The Rt. 
Hon'''>= Sir John Tomlinson Hibbert, 
K.C.B., died at his residence, Hamps- 
field Hall, Grange-over-Sands, co. 
Lancaster, in his 85th year, on Satur- 
day, 7 November, and was buried 
at Lindale in Cartmel, near Grange- 
over-Sands, on Thursday, 12 November 
1908. 

Page 64. — Alexander John Waller 
Warde, died at the Charing Cross 
Hospital, London, after an operation, 
aged 52, on Tuesday, 20 August, and 
was buried at Wrotham, co. Kent, on 
Saturday, 24 August 1907. Adminis- 
tration (with will dated 8 August 
1892) was granted at the Principal 
Registry 19 October 1907, to Richard 
Edward Warde, son, and one of the 
next of kin. 



WATNEY. Vol. I, page 109 {a^,d 
Addenda, Vol. 4, page vi.) — Frank 
Dormay and Margaret Graham Watney 
have issue a son, Sanders Watney, born 
at Stanley Cottage, Reigate, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 1 1 April, baptised at the 
parish church, Reigate, on Monday, 
18 May 1908. 

Page 1 1 1 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, 
pa':;e xiii.) — The Rev. Henry James 
and Blanche Watney have further issue 
a son, Henry Bryan Watney, born at 
the Vicarage, Canwick, Lincoln, on 
Saturday, 13 April 1901, baptised at 
Canwick ; and a daughter, Doreen 
Ruth, born at the Vicarage, Canwick, 
4 April 1906, baptised at Canwick. 

WEBB. Vol. 9, page 26. — Marjorie 
Mary, elder daughter of Edward Alfred 
Webb (now of Gramercy, Harley Road, 
South Hampstead, co. Middlesex) was 
married at St. Bartholomew-the-Great, 
West Smithfield, London, on Tuesday, 
7 January 1908, to Humphrey Hastings 
King, elder son of Henry Sampson 
King of St. Petersburg, Russia, by Ada 
Charlotte his wife, daughter of Edward 
Mappin ; born at St. Petersburg 
9 January 1880. 

WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 34.— Charles 
Noel Welman died at Southernleigh, 
Minehead, co. Somerset, aged 92, on 
Friday, 7 June 1907. Administration 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
29 August 1907, to Charles Cffisar 
Welman, retired Major H.M. Army, 
son, one of the next of kin. 

WHELER. Vol. 8, page 84 {and Addendas, 
I'oi. 13, page xxiv., and Vol. 14, 
page xxviii.) — Glynne Jameson Wheler, 
younger twin son of Aubrey Stuart 
Wheler, died at Johannesburg, South 
.Africa, aged 5 months, on Tuesday, 
1 1 February 1908. 

WHITTINGHAM. Vol. 8, page 46.— 
Georgiana Sophia, 2nd daughter of 
Major-General Ferdinando Santiago 
Nicolas Whittingham, died at Ivydene, 
Landguard Road, Southampton, on 
Thursday, i October, and was buried 
at Hendon, co. Middlesex, 6 October 
looS. Will dated 23 January 1908, 
proved in the Principal Registry 20 
October 1908, by Nevile Reid of The 
Oakes, Hanworth, co. Middlesex, and 
Clara Monttessuy Whittingham of Ivy- 
dene, Landguard Road, Southampton, 
the Executors. 



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XXXI 



WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— Cyril 
Henry Wickham was promoted Captain 
Royal Fusiliers 28 June 1908. 

WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128.— The Rev. 
Henry Beaufoy Wilder died at the 
Rectory, Sulham, co. Berks, aged 73, 
on Saturday, 25 April, and was buried at 
Sulham on Wednesday, 29 April 1908. 
Will dated 20 November 1899, proved 
in the Principal Registry 23 July 1908, 
by the Rev. Charles Cunliffe Brookes 
and Godfrey Charles Browne Hawes, 
two of the E.xecutors. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. I, page 41. — The 
Rev. Leonard Alfred Williams, Vicar 
of Farningham, co. Kent, married at 
Christ Church, Ottershaw, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 16 October 1894, Margaret 
Hay, youngest daughter of Lieut. - 
Colonel Eugene Hay Cameron, R.A. 
They have issue a son, David Cameron 
Williams, born at Patcham, co. Sussex, 
on Saturday, 10 December 1898 ; 
a daughter, Margaret, born at the 
Parsonage, Tichborne, co. Hants, on 
Friday, 15 June 1900; and a son, 
Michael Leonard Williams, born at the 
Vicarage, Farningham, on Friday, 1 5 
February 1907. 

Page 42. — Bertram Leopold 'iVillianis 
married at All Saints', Vernon, British 
Columbia, on Wednesday, 3 January 
1906, Vera Mary, only daughter of 
Arthur Venables of Wooburn Ranche, 
British Columbia. 

Page 43. — Walter Bassett- Basset, 
Inventor of the Rig Wheel at Earl's 
Court, London, died s.p. at Water- 
mouth Castle, Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 
on Monday, 27 May 1907, and was 
buried at Berrynarbor, co. Devon. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 18 November 1907, 
to Helen Bassett-Basset, relict. 

William Philpotts Williams married 
at St. Mark's, Bexhill, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 8 August 1901, Edith 
Bonella, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
James Harvey Simpson, Rector of 
St. Mark's, Bexhill, and Prebendary of 
Chichester. They have issue a daugh- 
ter, Elizabeth Georgiana Phillpotts, 
horn 6 September 1904. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 9.— Robert Eric 
Bryce ^Visden married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, London, 20 De- 
cember 1907, Wilhelmine Frances 
Annie, daughter of the Rev. William 



WISDEN, continued. 

Bosworth, formerly Rector of Beeston 
Regis, CO. Norfolk, by Katharine 
Frances his wife; born at Beeston Regis 
9 August 1878. They have issue a son, 
Phili[) Roger Merrik Wisden, born 
15 November 1908. 

Lyon Harington Faulconer Wisden 
married by licence at the Cathedral, 
Birmingham, 15 August 1907, Gladys 
Helena ^Margaret, daughter of Charles 
John Henderson, by Margaret his wife; 
born at Beckenham, co. Kent, 18 July 
1888. They have issue a daughter, 
Hilda Madeline, born at Catford, co. 
Kent, 2 July, baptised at St. Brelade's, 
Jersey, 15 August 1908. 

WITTS. Vol. 10, page 138. — Frederick 
Vavasour Broome Witts joined the 
Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant 
23 July 1907. 

WOLLASTON. Vol. 12, page 74.— Sir 
Arthur Naylor AVollaston was invested 
K.C.I.E. 21 July 1908. 

Gerald Woods Wollaston, M.V.O., 
Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms, mar- 
ried at St. Jude's, South Kensington, 
London, on Saturday, 11 January 1908, 
Olive, eldest daughter of Robert Alfred 
McCall, K.C., Attorney-General and 
Queen's Serjeant of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, by Alice his wife, only 
daughter of James MacSwinney of 
Galwa)-. 

Page 75. — Herbert Arthur Buchanan- 
Wollaston, Lieutenant R.N., married at 
the parish church, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 16 May 1908, 
Dora Caroline, 5th daughter of the 
Rev. William Hampton Chambers, 
D.D., Vicar of Whitchurch, co. Devon. 

WOOD. Vol. 4, page 71. — Mary Ashton, 
widow of Charles John Wood, was 
married at the Garrison Church, Aden, 
Arabia, on Monday, 12 October 190S, 
to Humphrey Averell Daniel!, son of 
Henry Averell Daniell. 

WOOD. Vol. 5, page 79. — Laura Anna 
Gray, youngest daughter of Lieut. - 
Colonel Robert Hudson Wood, was 
married at St. John's, Redhill, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 18 August 1903, 
to ALix Forster Tylor of 6 The Crescent, 
Wisbech, co. Cambridge (2nd son of 
Louis Tylor of Redhill) ; educated at 
St. George's Hospital, 1\LA. of Oxford, 
M.B., B.Ch. 1903; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1901 ; Medical Officer National 



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WOOD, continued. 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Children, Surgeon-Lieutenant King's 
Own Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry ; 
Member British Medical Association. 

WOOD. Vol. 10, page 7. — William 
Richard Wood died at The Croft, 
Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent, aged 81, on Tuesday, 15 De- 
cember, and was buried in Camberwell 
Borough Cemetery, East Dulwich, co. 
Surrey, on Saturday, 19 December 1908. 
Page 8. — Mary Graham, youngest 
daughter of Henry Wood, was married 
at St. Barnabas', Kensington, London, 
on Thursday, 7 November 1907, to 
Roddam Burn of loi Ashley Gardens, 
Westminster. 

WOODD. Vol. 9, page 66. — Barbara 
Matthew, widow of Robert Ballard 
Woodd, and daughter of Matthew 
Townsend \twt John] Bethune, died at 
63 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, in her 82nd year, on Tues- 
day, 24 January, and was buried in the 
family vault in the old churchyard of 
St. John's, Hampstead, on Friday, 
27 January 1905. Will dated 22 June 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 477, 1905) 
8 March 1905, by Arthur Bethune 
Woodd and John Henry Townsend 
Woodd, sons, the surviving Executors. 

Page 67. — John Henry Townsend 
Woodd married 2ndly at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Saturday, 4 January 
1908, Ada Murray, elder daughter of 
James Merricks Gavin of Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex. They have issue a son, 
Basil Bethune Neville Woodd, born at 
II Cedar House, Cheniston Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Monday, 23 
November 1908. 



WOODROOFFE. Vol. 2, page ic— 
Mary Anne, 2nd daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas Woodrooffe, and widow of 
William Raikes Faber, C.B., died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 82, on 
Thursday, 16 April, and was buried in 
the cemetery at Bournemouth 18 April 
1908. Will dated 24 February 1935, 
proved in the Principal Registry 20 
May 1908, by Reginald Stanley Faber 
and Selina Mary Woodrooffe, the 
Executors (see Pedigree of Faber, 
Vol. 7, page gS.) 

Page 12. — Hilda Reade, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev. Canon Henry Reade 
Woodrooffe, was married at St. George's 
Cathedral, Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 
on Wednesday, 27 April 1904, to Basil 
Hale \\'arner {2nd son of the Rev. 
Canon Richard Edward Warner, Rector 
of Stoke, CO. Lincoln) ; born at 
Snitterby, co. Lincoln, 21 January 1871 ; 
educated at St. Edward's School, 
Summertown, Non-Collegiate of Oxford, 
matriculated 12 October 1889 ; of 
the Cape Mounted Rifles 1892-95 ; 
Assistant Master, St. Andrew's College, 
Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 1895 
-1900 ; served in South African War 
as Lieutenant in Nesbitt's Horse, 
1900-1902 (Queen's medal, with three 
clasps, King's medal) ; appointed to 
Swaziland Civil Service 1902, and has 
been Acting Assistant Commissioner 
Swaziland, since 1907. 

WORSLEY. Vol. II, page 120. — Agnes 
Isabella, 4th daughter of Sir William 
Worsley, Baronet, died unmarried 
7 March 1904. Will dated i March 
1900, proved at York 9 May 1904, 
by Catherine Louisa, Lady Cayley, 
sister, and Ethel Barbara Cayley, 
spinster, niece, the Executrixes. 



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